“Ecstatic Epiphany” Interactive LED Art Opening | Tenderloin
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The Dollhouse | 80 Turk St, San Francisco, CA
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Ecstatic Epiphany is a street-level, interactive light installation in the Tenderloin at the Doll House, future home of CounterPULSE, in the Tenderloin district produced in collaboration with Codame Festival. Be outside at 8:45 pm sharp to witness the LEDs powering up for the first time in their new public home.
Free to see the Opening Ceremony, but an RSVP is required. Free RSVP does not include entry to the Codame Festival.
While the installation will remain free for everyone to interact for an indefinite amount of time, the artist Micah Scott will be present at the inauguration.
Ecstatic Epiphany is a human-scale window into an imaginary space, installed in public behind an existing glass block wall. This piece is for anyone on the sidewalk to watch and control. Walking past it, your movement is amplified into a shift in perspective. Sometimes this is a passive action, other times it can lead to a dramatic change as chaos unfolds in the generative algorithms. The choreography of this mathematical world forms a continuous cyclic narrative of creation, depression, agency, and rebirth. Each moment is unique, echoed but never repeated.
The Ecstatic Epiphany opening is one part of the larger Codame Playground festival happening May 31, 2014.