Pops Up January 24, 2019
Dates: January 24th – September 2nd, 2019
SPECTRUM is an interactive, immersive, shareable, and playable experience now on at THEMUSEUM!
Local and international artists have created 14 fun and colourful installations for all ages. From sensory ball pit rooms to experiencing sound transformed into sight, this innovative hands-on exhibition explores the effect that colour has over you.
And making a repeat visit – a guest favourite – Martin Creed’s, Work No. 329 Half the Air in a Given Space returns with the artist choosing all pink balloons.
We are thrilled to develop this wonderful experience for the entire community, so don’t forget your camera and be prepared to step over the threshold of colour.
SPECTRUM is included with the price of admission.
THE ARTISTS BEHIND SPECTRUM
10 Local Artists
Sue Sturdy (Cambridge)
Uneven Bridge Weave Five and Knitted Passage
Angela Grasse (Kitchener-Waterloo)
Paint My World, Kaleidoscope
Chris & Topher (Kitchener-Waterloo)
Trevor Waurechen (Kitchener-Waterloo)
Daniel MacPherson (Kitchener-Waterloo)
Stephanie Boutari (New Hamburg) and BOKO (New Hamburg)
BOKO (New Hamburg)
Alyssa Pisciotto (Toronto)
Palette Paintings, Woven Reflection and Mobile #1
Trisha Abraham (Kitchener-Waterloo)
Street Window Installation
3 International Artists
Carnovsky – A design duo comprised of Francesco Rugi (Italy, 1977) and Silvia Quintanilla (Colombia, 1979) active in Milan since 2007.
TheGreenEyl – A design studio based in Berlin and New York.
Appeel Ended on April 14th, 2019.
Martin Creed – A British artist based in London, UK.
Work No. 329 Half the air in a given space (2004) Pink Balloons