Grounds for Sculpture, the museum, sculpture garden and arboretum located in Hamilton Twp., is always on the cutting edge, showcasing contemporary sculptures. Their new exhibit, Night Forms: dreamloop by Klip Collective will dazzle all fans of artwork and nature. This unique exhibit, which made its debut on Friday, utilizes projection mapping and sound design to create an immersive, site specific experience that reimagines the art and horticulture collections. Night Forms will run during evenings this winter, while the grounds will remain open for the traditional experience during the day. It’s a tranquil, inspiring and multi-sensory experience that’s quite different from traditional holiday light shows.

David Michael Howarth Photography

This innovative and immersive exhibition directly interacts with a selection of contemporary artworks and horticultural features across the 42-acre Grounds for Sculpture, offering guests a rare opportunity to experience the grounds both at night and during the winter. Be sure to bundle up for the experience!

photo: David Michael Howarth Photography

Night Forms is a unique synthesis of video projection, light and sound as a bridge between architecture, technology and storytelling,” says Grounds for Sculpture of their latest installation. “Digital projection mapping is designed to create a dialog with sculptures in the collection, offering new perspectives and turning the act of viewing into an immersive event. Sculptures shrouded in the winter landscape become beacons to remembering a long-forgotten ritual.”

photo: Klip Collective

The exhibit is outdoors and runs 5-9:30pm Thursday – Sunday from now until February 27, 2022. Tickets are $28/adults (members $18), $22 youth ages 6-17, (members $14). The exhibit may potentially trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy so viewer discretion is advised. Click here to purchase tickets.