Philanimators partners with Klip Collective this time to present another Augmented Reality Group Exhibition. Check out a gallery of animations inspired by Pizza Boxes in augmented reality format!
The opening night will be April 26, 7-10pm at Klip Collective’s studio in BOK building. The show will stay open to public until May 3.
In honor of spring, we've made a cloud, and you can visit it in Studio 303. Thunder, light, and video projections. Music by Julian Grefe. Words inspired by Mark Strand. Meditate with it, sit next to it, lie on the floor below it.
Free. Open daily, 10AM – 4PM, through Friday April 12th.
Cactus and desert become a living canvas in this nighttime experience, taking visitors on an immersive journey through the Garden using light and original music. Tickets at https://www.dbg.org/exhibits/electric-desert/2019-05-12/.
Back from the desert, Klip Collective brings home a rare breed of light and sound experience to its wood-paneled showroom at Bok in South Philly. This vibrant den is a forever garden where illegal lawn chairs and traffic cone outlaws live in splendor. “No Savesies” invites you to sit and loiter in South Philly’s very own electric garden, but don’t overstay your welcome. Part of DesignPhiladelphia.
Join us for an open studio gathering Friday Oct 12, 4-7pm for Bok Night.
Vacant America is the vision of Klip Collective artists to create a series of video installations uncovering physical memories and visual residues from America's forgotten and changing spaces. At Bok, we are exploring interpretive storytelling through immersive media, such as installation art and virtual reality. With the first installment in the former Girls’ Gymnasium, this project seeks to capture the history and tangible memories contained in the former school.
Join Ricardo Rivera of Klip Collective, Navid Khonsari of Ink Stories and Torfi Frans Olafsson of EVE Universe IP for a panel discussion and Q+A session inspired by the technology, art, music, and design of Nightscape.
Join Ricardo Rivera of Klip Collective, Yelena Rachitsky of Future of Storytelling and Kamal Sinclair of the Sundance Institute for a panel discussion and Q+A session inspired by the technology, art, music, and design of Nightscape.
Discussions begin at 7 and 9PM, and Longwood Gardens is open until 11.