Torontonians Surprised by The Brookfield Place’s Snowfall Installation
Torontonians arrived at work to a HUGE surprise this morning at The Brookfield Place.
Over the weekend, artists Brad Hindson and Mitchell F Chan of Studio F Minus have transformed the Allen Lambert Galleria into a winter playground.
The project: Snowfall is an interactive art installation commissioned by Arts Brookfield consisting of three parts: Frost, a 20-foot high giant snowflake sculpture; Gust, a series of 60 illuminated hanging snowflake sculptures in various sizes; and Flurry that will be unveiled in 2015.
Visitros are encouraged to play and interact with the art installations.
The LED-powered Frost is connected to the Galleria’s lighting system and will change colours when touched by visitors, creating a visual effect similar to wiping a frosted window with a hand.
With this transformation, Torontonians can now work in an environment full of holiday spirit.
(photos by Tanya)
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