ROSY (the ballerina)  by Raumlabor is a mobile, bubble-shaped pavilion that toured London, transforming over fifteen parks and public spaces and playing host to a dynamic programme of events by London's leading cultural organisations, including Sadler's Wells, Tate Modern and the Roundhouse.

Raumlabor have been experimenting with "bubbletecture" since 2006, developing a series of mobile sculptures that consist of a 'container' such as a box, van, trailer or even a bicycle, from which an air supported translucent membrane inflates to create a temporary social space.  This translucent bubble can squeeze under bridges, wrap around trees or nestle into corners, providing a nomadic, inside/outside space in which people can perform debate, eat or simply hang out.

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Portavilion

June 2008 - June 2012