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This Brooklyn Art Installation Lets You Walk Through A Kaleidoscope Of Rotating Colors

By Claire Leaden

This Brooklyn Art Installation Lets You Walk Through A Kaleidoscope Of Rotating Colors

We love a good interactive art exhibit here in New York City (just a bit of evidence here, here and here!), and this one may be our favorite yet.

Entitled “Perpetuum,” this beautiful creation is currently on display in the A/D/O studio in Brooklyn. A/D/O is an art collective and exhibition space that is actually supported by MINI Cooper (yes, the car company). It’s open in Greenpoint, Brooklyn and has rotating exhibits.

Perpetuum was created by Random Studio, a digital art studio that brings tech to the “center of the physical world.” It is made of multi-colored curved, what appears to be plexiglass panels, hanging from three metal rails, and they rotate around in a circle at different speeds.

Their website describes it as “a kinetic landscape that evolves around us. A city in perpetual motion. A drift through overlapping sounds and images. As we move through the space, impressions appear and disappear, evoking the feeling of gazing out a car window at the passing view.”

Get the full effect in video form here:

 

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Practical information

Through March 17, 2020 8am-7pm (M-F), 9am-7pm (Sat), 9am - 5pm (Sun)
FREE

featured image source: Instagram / @nooreenism