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Flux exhibited BrollyFlock! in September at the Nocturnal Festival in San Bernadino, California, and got yet another amazing response to this interactive piece. For two days and nights, the sculpture awed those in it’s presence. The piece utilizes spectacle to great effect, disarming individuals and creating a unique moment for each person who experiences it. The
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amazement at the piece often results people connecting with each other under the flock of brollies, as we like to call them. With a new base of artificial turf and comfortable handles on which to sit, a dense crowd quickly formed beneath the umbrellas during the Nocturnal festival. With its cooling mist by day, and warming fire by night, BrollyFlock! invites viewers to gaze upward at the ever-swarming patterns above. With a picturesque setting by a reflecting pool, the sculpture’s whimsy was rather mesmerizing — a great reward for our hard work all summer.
The Flux team spent the summer reworking the sculpture’s flame effect system. With increased sophistication, the new flame effects created more elegant silouettes and allowed for greater input from the crowd. A new anchoring system was also created that now allows the piece to be shown in a wider variety of settings. We’ve even streamlined our install time: our team is now able to erect and test the 35′ tall sculpture in less than 3 days, and strike it in one day, packing it back into it’s 20′ shipping container.
Like the FishBug, BrollyFlock! is ready to travel, and it’s ready for its next opportunity to bring wonder. Flux is continually looking
for new opportunities to show it’s work and create new ways of showing existing work. For example, we have started experimenting with showing the beautiful LED-lit brollies of BrollyFlock in new configurations to create stunning interior environments. We recently installed the brollies at BRAF’s Artumnal Gathering and at American Steel for our holiday event and for their winter open studios show, Diamonds in the Rough. To read more about those installations, click here.
If you know of an opportunity for Fishbug or BrollyFlock! (or its component brollies) to be exhibited, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.