What makes interactive installations so great is the fact that you don't simply stand and gaze at them from afar as you would a traditional sculpture, painting or work of art, and that you actually get to be a part of the art by physically engaging with the work. Now, designer Dominic Wilcox has put together an installation that is designed to offer this same experience to your dog.
Wilcox's 'Play More' exhibition in London consists of a variety of interactive installations for your dog to engage with. Indeed this place could be described as canine heaven, with installations ranging from dancing water jets for dogs to run around and splash with to a massive fan that blows a scent that's akin to raw meat.
This interactive installation is ultimately a great example of humans creating art to provoke reactions from their non-human companions.
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