Everything You Need to Know for Glow
The free art event returns to Santa Monica Beach THIS
Saturday, September 28
Join KCRW for an interactive art experience with
Colorfields by Steve Boyer
(SANTA MONICA) Wednesday, September 25 — Glow returns to Santa Monica this Saturday, September 28 from 7pm to 3am, with 15 artists from around the globe showcasing an incredible array of original works on the beach.
Glow is free and open to the public.
Prepare for the large scale art event with the help of KCRW’s Glow Soundscape, an audio tour hosted by KCRW’s DJs with the voices of each artist talking about their creations, navigation notes and music for the journey.
Download it in advance and let KCRW guide your experience during one of the largest public art events in the world!
Featured artists include Aphidoidea, Jonathan Markowitz Bijur, Mathieu Briand, Marni Gittleman, Steven Hull, Glenn Kaino, Shana Koenig, Rebeca Mendez, Patrick Scott, Victoria Vesna,Karen Atkinson, Djoko Walujo, Susie Allen, Marvin Tunney and Janet Echelman, who recently appeared on KCRW’s Guest DJ Project.
LA-based artist Steve Boyer will be launching the interactive art experience Colorfields, which will unite the masses gathered on the sand for a wondrous experience with color, light and sound via the device that often separates us – our cell phones.
While it will be ongoing throughout the evening, he is encouraging attendees to gather at 10pm to put his technologically-driven display to the test.
The participatory art experience will be centered at a location south of the pier on the beach in front of the Sea Castle apartments, between Loews and Shutters hotels.
Participants will need to download a special smartphone app, which is available now for both iPhone and Android devices. As visitors move from location to location within the Colorfield zone, the app synchronizes locational information via GPS and the colors and sounds on their cell phones will change.
A large video projection will display the full field of users on the side of the Wyndham Hotel.
Find out more at KCRW.com/Glow.
Glow is produced by the City of Santa Monica.
WHAT: Colorfields at Glow
WHEN: September 28 at 10pm
WHERE: Santa Monica beach, south of the pier on the beach in front of the Sea Castle apartments
MORE INFO: An art project from Steve Boyer, Colorfields will convert crowd behavior into fields of color and sound via their smartphones.
DOWNLOAD THE APP: http://blog.colorfields.org/
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