Reflecting the transformative nature of the warehouse community, this piece allows the participant to experience warehouse living as a catalyst for new ideas. The inspiration came from a Tibetan Prayer Wheel (a cylindrical block on a spindle) which when spun spreads a Mantra (prayer) to the whole universe. Housed in a pallet structure, 30 prisms distort the light into a rainbow and everything is seen in a different angle to what the eye expected.
Flip Eye has been created for the event Pallet Paradise
A team of eight artists and three architects have been working for over a year to create Pallet Paradise, which sees 629 – 1 ton recycled pallet boxes turned into an immersive installation in a Manor House – Haringey car park _Omnibus.
The labyrinth of performance spaces and secret rooms will house works combining digital, craft, sculpture, storytelling, music and painting for people to discover and be entertained by.
Flip Eye_Pallet Paradise 2015 from carolina khouri on Vimeo.