OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) - Nonprofit KANEKO's newest exhibit "light," features an interactive and visual art exhibition experience that explores art and science through light.
"Light" runs through March 31, 2018 and explores art and science. The exhibit features works from a collection of artists that employ glass, sculpture and light itself to showcase the sublime beauty that light evokes aesthetically and thematically.
KANEKO is also organizing performances, lectures, youth education and hands-on creative experiences to connect visitors with their own creativity. The public will glean insight into scientific issues such as vision and optics, physiology of light energy, sustainability, light pollution and conservation.
KANEKO also says "light" relies on audience participation. For example, Refik Anadol's audiovisual installation, or an interactive large geometric forms that change color, audio and intensity during an immersive light experience by Circus Family. There is also a cocoon constructed of steel, wool, and found objects that absorbs you in a field of playable light by Taylor Dean Harrison.