It's almost always an adventure when you give a budget to a group of artists and then set them loose in 3 building after-hours. The displays ranged from the weird, to the deep, to the interesting but confusing... all in all it was a pretty good time though.
We were particularly impressed by Pearl Paul's exhibit entitled "Phylomania" which was interactive and fun. The idea there was that she'd created an autumn forest of tissue-paper leaves on which we were to write an obsession and let the wind take it.
The visual was lovely and her display of hand-crafted tissue leaves was just amazing (Yeh, that picture to the left is actually tissue...Awesome! ) We had some fun here and moved on to the rest of the oddities.
We got to check out some really interesting displays and contraptions with a great mix of interactive displays and visual art. A few musical performances also rounded out the media of the night.
The rest of the exhibits are covered in this next video:
It was definitely a great way to kill a few hours this weekend and many thanks to Amanda for dragging me out to it! (And for showing me around the bio-lab with all the cool reptiles and things!) Obviously a huge kudos to the artists from Brock who put it all together as well.
Cheers to utter randomness and how delightful it can be!