Chicago: Infinite Rooms, Interactive Walls + More Headed Your Way w/ The Creators Project's 'Future Forward'
Photo by Alex Welsh
After a trial run in NYC just last week, The Creators Project's Future Forward installation is making moves to The Windy City. This Saturday, June 18th, the multi-layered interactive art exhibit will bring a score of pieces to Chicago to enrich your life with works that are far more than mere eye candy. These are works that you can feel, and they’re all inspired by the three main themes of the all-new Prius: Design, Technology and Eco-Heritage.
There's a heat-responsive chandelier, called Drift by Doris Sung, a living wall installation (entitled Reach by VT Pro Design) that modifies its panels according to your gesturing, the fabled infinite room by NONOTAK Studio called Hoshi and, of course, the Prius Piano by Unit 9 which, just as the name indicates, is a car that lights up according to which ivory key you strike. All of which is to say, that if you happen to find yourself in Chi-Town this weekend, Future Forward should be at the top of the docket. For more information, or to RSVP to this weekend's event, please hit the link below to learn just what's in story for attendees. We assure you it is simply not to be missed.