Hands-On Art

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trending 15 Interactive Exhibition Hands-on Art By SIMON GONZALEZ Photography by ALLISON POTTER A floor that changes when it feels footsteps. Orbs that light up and play music when touched. Sculptures that are really instruments. All are part of “Response is the Medium,” an interactive exhibit on display at the Cameron Art Museum through January 10, 2016. This is art intended for eyes — but also for hands, feet, and ears. Audience par-ticipation is not only encouraged, it’s expected. Even required. The title of the exhibit is taken from a 1977 quote by Myron W. Krueger, an inter-active 322 Causeway Drive, Unit 902 Seapath Towers Amazing views of Seapath Marina and water activities. Enjoy sunrises and moonrises over the Atlantic. This 2-bedroom, 2-bath condo on the ninth level includes newer heat and air as well as a renovation allowance. Great value at $495,000! TEE WOODBURY Broker/REALTOR®, GRI 910-617-5561 800-533-1840 www.wrightsvillebeachmagazine.com WBM art pioneer. “As an art form, this is unique,” he said. “Instead of an artist creating a piece of artwork, the artist is creating a sequence of possibilities.” Indeed, each exhibit provides a different experience for each museum patron. Maysie and Hopper Baumgardner explore the interactive exhibit, “Response is the Medium,” including Brian Knep’s “Healing I” and Purring Tiger’s “MICRO.” [email protected]


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