Snarkitecture unveils new interactive installation space
10:44 AM EDT, Fri March 15, 2019
Snarkitecture partners Daniel Arsham, Alex Mustonen and Benjamin Porto. Scroll through to see images of the firm's new Snark Park project.
"Lost and Found" is the first exhibition to show at Snark Park.
As with much of Snarkitecture's work, visitors are encouraged to engage with and explore exhibition. "People use and inhabit a space in ways that are impossible to anticipate. To us that's a good thing. Everyone has their own imagination, inspiration and curiousity," Alex Mustonen said.
Snark Park includes a retail counter with custom merchandise.
The naturally lit space spans over 6,000 square feet. Each hollowed out pillar features unique materials and designs.
Founded in 2008, Snarkitecture specializes in large-scale installations and public artworks. While visitors wait for their timed entrances, they're invited to interact with arcade claw machines placed strategically near the entrance.
The "Lost and Found" exhibition features a grid-like forest of white columns that emerge from the ground at varying levels like stalagmites.