An evening light-based experience at the Carrie Blast Furnaces September 10 – October 1, 2020
Featuring artists Danny Bracken, Ian Brill, Aaron Henderson, Ryder Henry, Lori Hepner, Ricardo Iamuuri, Shohei Katayama, Todd Keebs, Julie Mallis, ProjectileObjects & Alisha Wormsley
LightPlay at the Carrie Blast Furnaces
September 10 – October 1, 2020
Showcasing eleven unique multimedia installations created by a diverse group of local artists and engineers, LightPlay will be on display at the Carrie Blast Furnaces during select evenings from September 10 – October 1.
LightPlay features a range of video projection and light-based installations that engage with the site’s intricate structural characteristics, cavernous pathways, and unique industrial aesthetic. This one-of-a-kind experience includes immersive light and sound installations, digital video artworks, and illuminated sculptures that transform the former blast furnace into a sensorial maze.
Danny Bracken, Ian Brill, Aaron Henderson, Ryder Henry, Lori Hepner, Ricardo Iamuuri, Shohei Katayama, Todd Keebler, Julie Mallis, ProjectileObjects, and Alisha Wormsley have contributed artworks to this exhibition.
A project of Rivers of Steel Arts, LightPlay is made possible through the generous support of Eaton Corporation.
Tickets are $9 / person. Tickets for this special exhibition are timed to help to maintain adequate social distancing throughout the evening.
Prior artworks from the artists included in the exhibition.