Artwork set up by HYBYCOZO coming to Milwaukee. This is what to know.
Cathedral Sq. Park in downtown Milwaukee is getting one thing massive and glossy after Christmas.
“Lightfield,” an enormous, multicolored geometric artwork set up, will likely be put in on the park at 520 E. Wells St., in January.
This is what we find out about it to this point.
It is an immersive geometric artwork set up that may function eight floor sculptures and 16 hanging lanterns suspended from timber in Cathedral Sq. Park.
Who’s behind the ‘Lightfield’ artwork show deliberate for Cathedral Sq. Park?
The work, designed to ask viewers to “discover the intersection of artwork and arithmetic,” will likely be created by artwork collective HYBYCOZO, the collaborative studio of artists Serge Beaulieu and Yelena Filipchuk. The set up was initiated by Milwaukee Downtown BID #21, and is being offered by Johnson Monetary Group. In line with BID #21, the artwork set up will invite viewers to “discover the intersection of artwork and arithmetic.” Along with the show, HYBYCOZO will provide on-line academic supplies for fogeys and lecturers, together with free lesson plans, coloring pages, folding polyhedrons and extra.
When will the show be open in Cathedral Sq. Park?
“Lightfield” will open to the general public Jan. 19 by means of Could 5. It’ll formally debut with a free preview social gathering from 4:30 to eight p.m. Jan. 19.
How a lot is it?
Admission is free.
The place can I discover extra details about ‘Lightfield’ in Cathedral Sq. Park?
For extra info, go to milwaukeedowntown.com.