Something seriously affecting your senses! Making you think beyond your five senses. Yeah, this will happen if you go on a Woodbine Beach picnic at Toronto, Canada.
Who said only machines have the 6th sense? Even artistic people have it. Drive straight to Woodbine Beach near Lake Ontario, 1675 Lake Shore, Boulevard East, Toronto.
Don’t miss those wonderful epic installations. Millennials should watch these to get an inspiration and take their sense of creativity to the next level.
Few installations out of the 273 submissions from artists around the world has won the designing competition. Moreover, this is the sixth anniversary of the Winter Stations.
Curiously, the theme of Winter Stations 2020 is Beyond the Five Senses. And no doubt it is not an exaggeration.
Know your winning designers at the Woodbine Beach picnic.
Your Woodbine Beach Picnic Reveals The Designers Who Have Used Their 6th Sense!
Interestingly, your award winning designers were asked to explore how your senses interact and overlap to provide you with a picture of your environment. And also how you interact with it.
Thereby demonstrating your subjective relationship to reality or displaying a distorted one.
Ah! There your head goes reeling. Ha, ha, ha…
To get a clear picture, go see the installations. Don’t worry you will surely get an idea of it….
On your Woodbine Beach picnic you may get to see the following 6th sense artists.
In no order of priority, the first of the designers is iheartblob, Vienna, Austria. The second enchanting artist is the Centennial College, Toronto
Furthermore, the next artistic glory was created by Charlie Sutherland of SUHUHA, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
Subsequently, you have Cristina Vega and Pablo Losa Fontangordo from Madrid, Spain.
Give it up for these wonderful artists while on your Woodbine Beach picnic this weekend.
No Dream But Fathomable Installations Waiting To Awe You On Your Woodbine Beach Picnic
Well what are those art installations that make you awe-struck on your Woodbine Beach picnic this weekend?
By the way, the annual Winter Stations exhibitions is held since 2014. One of its purpose was to bring people to the beach in the colder months by hosting an international design competition.
For that reason, these wonderful installations are displayed from February 17 through March 30.
Also, you can have a look at these installations free of cost.
Furthermore, these installations are situated across Balmy, Kew and Ashbridges Bay Park beaches (Toronto’s lakeshore) between Woodbine and Victoria Park avenues.
Now, let’s try to understand the mind of the artists and their installations through our 6th sense.
This is a creative work of Cristina Vega and Pablo Losa Fontangordo from Madrid, Spain. This is designed to react to the movements of the sun and the people.
Interestingly, depending on where you are positioned, you will see either a red transparent sun setting or a light and bright rising sun.
Besides, as you walk closer you can see the thin structure that makes these two realities possible.
The Beach’s Percussion Ensemble
This is created by Centennial College. This installation consists of three structures of varying sizes formed of a series of stacked wooden rectangular prisms laid out in a circular shape around a giant steel drum.
In addition, where the prisms overhang, metal bells of varying shapes and sizes hang and create sounds as the wind blows off the lake.
While on your Woodbine Beach picnic, you can use sticks chained to the structure to play along with the sounds produced by the lake’s elements.
Don’t miss this musical allure on your Woodbine Beach picnic.
Kaleidoscope of the Senses, A No Miss On Your Woodbine Beach Picnic
Kaleidoscope of the Senses is another entertaining element while you go for a Woodbine Beach picnic.
This installation is really an interesting one for all. It is created by Charlie Sutherland of Sutherland Hussey Harris (SUHUHA).
This art work re-imagines the lifeguard chair as a carefully balanced sculpture.
The horizontal bar laid across the structure’s center frames the horizon across the water. Furthermore, the sounds of a bell and the smells of aromatic oils are dispersed around the pavilion.
Guess what? This will truly engage all your five senses!
Wow! That sounds awesome. Isn’t it. You have to really experience this.
Noodle Feed, Beyond Your Perception
Believe us, you can perceive beyond what think is the limit with the Noodle Feed installation.
This is an important component on your Woodbine Beach picnic.
Importantly, this is created by iheartblob, Vienna, Austria.
Interestingly, the installation uses an accompanying augmented reality to let you drop drawings, photos, and notes at the installation.
Undoubtedly, this transcends the physical world.
Notably, Noodle Feed’s sinuous tubes will be made from rough, repurposed sail cloth and you can rearrange the cushioned noodles to form different arrangements.
Don’t miss this mesmerizing work of art on your Woodbine Beach picnic.
Aren’t these New Age miraculous creations?
Moreover, as said in the beginning these installations will help your kids draw more insights regarding the world of technology.
Most importantly, these work of art help you understand things beyond your comprehension. On the other hand, they are fathomable.
Consequently, they trigger your capability of innovation and creativity.
Ready to go to Woodbine Beach? Importantly, you can get to the subway station. Additionally, you have picnic shelters at the Woodbine Beach.
On the other hand, if you are a tourist call Hummingbird Limousine Service at 1-888-989-6272 or 416-989-6272 to book your limo.