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Look at Klip Collective’s gorgeous ‘Night Forms’ exhibit at Grounds for Sculpture

The immersive tech company's exhibit returns to Hamilton with light, sound and projection mapping displays.

"Night Forms" at Grounds for Sculpture. (Courtesy Klip Collective)
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Curious what Hamilton, New Jersey’s Grounds for Sculpture is like at night?

Starting on Nov. 24, you’ll have the opportunity to find out at “Night Forms,” the outdoor sculpture museum’s returning exhibit with Bok Building-based immersive tech company Klip Collective. The exhibit will run until April 7, 2024.

As the third and final part of the two orgs’ partnership, the display calls back to past exhibits they have worked on together.

“Night Forms” display. (Courtesy Klip Collective)

The display includes lights, sound and video projection mapping. These elements interact with the art pieces and plant life at Grounds for Sculpture. The installations will be displayed along the Grounds’ main loop.

“Night Forms” projection on a sculpture. (Courtesy Klip Collective)

“We’re excited to return for the final season of Night Forms,” said Ricardo Rivera, creative director and founder of Klip Collective, in a written statement. “We’re pulling together the best works over the last few seasons, including Froghead Rainbow and the retro video game-inspired installation on the Dorion sculpture. It’s a proud moment to reflect on all the amazing talent and fun we’ve had bringing this exhibition to life.”

“Night Forms” at Grounds for Sculpture. (Courtesy Klip Collective)

Klip Collective is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2023. Read’s interview with Rivera about the company’s evolution here.

“Night Forms” at Grounds for Sculpture. (Courtesy Klip Collective)

Sarah Huffman is a 2022-2023 corps member for Report for America, an initiative of The Groundtruth Project that pairs young journalists with local newsrooms. This position is supported by the Lenfest Institute for Journalism.
Companies: Klip Collective

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