This interactive art structure resembles a large spider web, so anyone who suffers from arachnophobia should avoid becoming trapped in the endless installation. The design was actually made to showcase students’ research by hanging books on the various web-like strings, and allowed individuals to interact with these items in a unique manner.
Nikki Taylor chose this trend to discuss during her Trend Hunter interview because she loves interactive art installations and how they involve the public. She also enjoys being inspired on a daily basis by the streets of Toronto, and everything this diverse city has to offer. Although Nikki was wary as to whether or not Trend Hunter was beyond her comfort zone, she has since grown to love the environment at the office and the continual support of everyone around her.
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