Phoenix exhibit will transform desert into huge outdoor display

October 21, 2018 by  

The desert can be a beautiful in the nighttime as it is in the day, and an exhibit will bright light, color, and sound to Phoenix’s Desert Botanical Garden once the sun goes down.

Klip Collective will be transforming a patch of the desert into an artistic exhibit that will use the sand, cacti, and other elements as a canvas. This will be its second installation, and it has been planned so that it will not cause any harm to the plants utilized.

Guests who come to the garden will enjoy an experience that includes an original musical score, as well as a variety of lights in a rainbow of colors. It will be comprised of six locations that are site specific, and will all be inspired by the beauty and activity of the desert. While everyone is welcome to come out and see this attraction for themselves, the facility reminded those who wish to visit this special exhibit that it includes projects and light, which may be overwhelming to people with sensory issues or epilepsy.

The Desert Botanical Garden is located at 1201 N. Galvin Parkway in Phoenix, and is open to all ages. A local print shop will have lots of ideas for promotional products that can be offered to those who come to an event like this.

‘Electric Desert’ will run until May 12, and it can be visited by both garden members and the general public alike. Anyone with questions can contact (480) 481-8188.

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