Jump from glowing platforms in this 2,400 square foot art installation in Brooklyn!
Designed by Brooklyn artist, Jen Lewin, Reflect, is a multi-sensory, interactive experience that opened to the public last Friday and will stay up through April 15 in Domino Park.
The art installation is inspired by “the dynamic patterns created by organic systems found in nature,” said the Jen Lewin Studio.
The sculpture is made of three concentric circles. As visitors step on the platforms they will trigger a light response that causes the circles to change in color and composition.
“The installation will encourage New Yorkers to pause for a moment of reflection and discovery, and inspire connection as the city enters a new era of hope and revival.”
Reflect was created as part of a larger (15,000 square foot) project Cosmos, Reflect that first appeared in Tokyo this past spring and summer. Domino park will be the first U.S. venue to show exhibition.
The installation changes from day to night. “During the day, Reflect’s glossy dichroic surface mirrors the sky and surrounding environment, creating a surreal space and eliciting a profoundly connective experience…giving daytime viewers the illusion of swimming in the clouds and nighttime viewers a feeling of the universe’s expansiveness.”
The exhibition is so spacious that visitors can have a socially distanced experience while multiple people interact with the installation.
Reflect is free to visit and is open to park goers from 8am to 10pm every day.
Where: Domino Park, 300 Kent Ave
featured image source: Jen Lewin, Reflect at Domino Park, Brooklyn, March 2021. Drone footage by Demian Neufeld, Ryders Alley Media, and Matt Emmi. Edited by Joshua Pullar. Artwork (c) 2021 Jen Lewin