Explore a trippy, infinity-mirrored hallway with sound-activated LEDs strung overhead
Let this psychedelic cocktail of light and reflection reshape your point of view. The INFINITY TUNNEL’s light-triggered otherworld is built to respond to the sounds of both its audience and a range of strange and lovely live musical acts that will “play” the space during the first five nights of November 2016. The opportunity to walk into a 20’ stretch of endlessly fragmented repetition will spark a community gathering spot like no other on the second floor of a former post office turned arts, culture & tech space.
Local multimedia artists and long-time Night\Shifters nik harron and Bernie Rohde are well known for their innovative work combining technology and art into interactive experiences. Both have been working as artists/inventors for 25 years and have extensive exhibition experience. More of their stunning optical illusionary and tech-tweaking work will be on display at 44 Gaukel too.
This installation project and its contributing artists have been generously supported by a Region of Waterloo Arts Fund grant – without which it would not be possible to produce and present it as a marquee attraction of #NightShift16.
44 Gaukel St. (across from Charles St. bus terminal), 2nd floor
Nov 1st-4th \\ 7-10pm + Nov 5th \\ 7pm-4am