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Floating Garden of Emotions

A one-day-only interactive art experiment outside the Asian Art Museum
By - posted 2/3/2018 No Comment

Tap into your feels with Jasper Speicher and Marie Applegate’s Floating Garden of Emotions, inspired by Paul and Eve Ekman’s famed Atlas of Emotions, an interactive tool used to navigate the complex world of human feelings.

Floating Garden of Emotions
Sunday, February 4, 2018 | 11am – 2pm
Larking & Fulton, outside Asian Art Museum

This free event takes place just outside the Asian Art Museum, at the Village Artist Corner (junction of Larkin and Fulton St).

Translating the Ekmans’ atlas into a temporary immersive experience, this whimsical participatory experiment invites you to explore your own emotional journey. Designed to facilitate a better understanding of our own and others’ emotions, this creative exercise encourages us to become more compassionate beings.

Visit the museum after the event for free! – As a bonus, Admission is free to the Asian Art Museum on the 1st Sunday of the month for the general galleries