KANEKO's new exhibit "light" is an interactive and visual art exhibition experience that explores art and science through light.
KANEKO is also playing host to a variety of performances, lectures, youth education, and hands-on experiences to connect visitors with their own creativity. Featuring installations from Amsterdam to Omaha and in between, the public can glean into scientific issues such as vision and optics, physiology of light energy, sustainability, light pollution and conservation.
A large part of the exhibition relies on audience participation. From an infinite abyss audiovisual installation by Refik Anadol's and a cocoon constructed of steel, wool, and found objects changes light colors by Taylor Dean Harrison, many of the parts of the free exhibit are photo ops for the optical.
The exhibit runs through March 31.
For more information about "light," visit thekaneko.org/light.