"Connectionography” is an interactive public art installation that engages community members through the use of art and technology.
At a time when interactions between strangers within our communities are becoming harder to establish, "Connectionography" invites people to find a whimsical and encouraging way to have fun with and establish connections with others.
The installation includes four interactive light boxes that were initially installed throughout Brookline from October-November 2016. The four individual forms, when finally mounted together, now form the single art piece hanging at the BAC.
The individual forms encourage passers-by to interact with an individual piece through touch - setting off a responsive light.
- October 1 launched at the BAC in conjunction with ArtWeek Boston.
- December 1 during Brookline's First Light Festival at the BAC and in conjunction with the BAC's annual Artist Marketplace.
Thank you to our Creative Team