Students at Arizona State University (ASU) and area art professionals have transformed a campus parking garage into a drive-through experience of light, sculpture, pattern, and sound–an immersive, sensory art experience people experience from their cars.
About 115 artists worked on “designspace,” conceived by an area designer who wondered how the university’s art students would fare in a year with no traditional art exhibitions. He worked with the university, which two of his daughters attend, to make the drive-through exhibition happen. Participants call the exhibition “a series of vistas,” and hope people will attend together in their safe pods to experience the art in small groups. In that way, they say, it combines art and theater.
The exhibition runs in the university’s Packard Drive structure through April 26. Read more about it here.