Temple of Agape | Morag Myerscough | Luke Morgan | Via
The Temple of Agape, a temporary installation created by Morag Myerscough and Luke Morgan commissioned by the Southbank Centre for their summer ‘Festival of Love’. The Temple of Agape is a celebration of the love of humanity, one of the seven Ancient Greek themes of love represented at the Festival.
Southbank Centre’s summer festival will showcase love in all its forms. A series of weekends will explore the seven Ancient Greek themes of love through an array of workshops, performances and installations. The seven ancient themes: Agape, Storge, Pragma, Philia, Philautia, Eros & Ludos. The Finale weekend, is the Big Wedding Weekend, inspired by Agape — the love of humanity. To celebrate the year in which same-sex marriage became legal, all couples, gay or straight, young or old, are invited to marry or renew vows on the stage of the iconic Royal Festival Hall.