Meandering through a spectrum of colour-themed spaces, audiences will encounter soft sculptures to touch, kaleidoscopic wall installations and twinkling fields of colourful lights, designed to spark little imaginations while expanding boundaries of perception and understanding.
Hundreds and Thousands will create rich sensory experiences for kids of all ages, including kinetic colour machines to explore, giant golden soft sculptures to touch, cool blue optical illusions and mysterious multicoloured dimensions.
Follow chromatic trails through artworks, play spaces and all-access activities, created by more than 40 artists. Hundreds and Thousands features newly commissioned artworks by Rosie Deacon, Sohan Ariel Hayes and Ngamaru Bidu, Phil Gamblen, Rox de Luca and more.
An exciting program of kids’ colour-related art courses, workshops, activities and events will run in conjunction with Hundreds and Thousands. More details about these programs will be announced soon.
Join the daytime opening on this exhibition at 10 am on Saturday 20 November, which will include family friendly entertainment, food, games, and an array of interactive activities.
Image: Rosie Deacon, Pom Pom: Children’s Contemporary Art Space, 2017, Carclew, Adelaide. Photography by Sam Roberts.