Welcomed by the Groninger Museum in the Netherlands, Dutch artist Daan Roosegaarde makes a statement about the human impact on the environment through an immersive exhibition that prompts the audience to be active, instead of passive. The installation is a network of dark-lit rooms, spanning 800 square meters. Phosphorescent lights have been introduced in these environments to offer juxtaposition and guide guests.
Daan Roosegaarde's installation has a very interesting and direct approach that builds on human agency. Throughout the rooms, individuals are encouraged "to touch, move, push and hug" things. The objects are designed in such a way that the executed action |leaves an imprint for those who come after."
Boasting awareness about environmental challenges and sustainability, Daan Roosegaarde's interactive exhibit is running until January 12th, 2020.
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