A glow through the trees, a glimpse of light and a sound you don’t recognize. Beckoning you forward…
Night Forms: dreamloop by Klip Collective is an after-hours multi-sensory experience created between art and nature. An ambient phenomenon to delight the senses, turn strangers into playful cohorts, and provide a unique, unforgettable experience.
Night Forms is a unique synthesis of video projection, light and sound as a bridge between technology and storytelling. Digital projection mapping is designed to create a dialog with sculptures in the collection, offering new perspectives and turning the act of viewing into immersive event. Sculptures shrouded in the winter landscape become beacons to remembering a long-forgotten ritual.
Experience this rare opportunity to explore Grounds For Sculpture at night through more than a dozen site-specific works, including an illuminated tree-lined path. Night Forms, crescendos between order and chaos, with unexpected twists and “glitches” heightening the shared experience along the way.
Enter sumptuous worlds never explored, this is the awe and wonder of Night Forms.
Hours: Thursday – Sunday | 7-11PM
Night Forms: dreamloop by Klip Collective is supported by lead sponsor Bank of America and the following Exhibition Supporters: Bloomberg Philanthropies, Capital Health System, Geoscape, NJM Insurance Group, NRG, the Atlantic Foundation, the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts; and the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation.
Additional support provided by:
Klip Collective, Three Phased Monster, and Elizabeth Strong-Cuevas, Arch II, Set II, 1995, aluminum, 144 x 132 x 156 inches, Grounds For Sculpture, Gift of The Seward Johnson Atelier, photo: David Michael Howarth Photography; Klip Collective, Frog Head Rainbow, and Michelle Post, The Oligarchs, 2014, cast aluminum, 76 inches x 40 feet x 6 feet, Grounds For Sculpture, Gift of The Seward Johnson Atelier photo: David Michael Howarth Photography; Klip Collective, The Motherboard, and Carlos Dorrien, The Nine Muses, 1990-1997, granite, 132 x 240 x 360 inches, Grounds For Sculpture, Gift of The Seward Johnson Atelier photo: David Michael Howarth Photography
WARNING: This exhibit may potentially trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy. Viewer discretion is advised.