100 E. Main St.
Kaleidoscope Kandeo Art Installation
Kaleidoscope Kandeo is an installation work by artist Deniz Nicole, created for the 2019 Burning Man Festival. The 20' tall faceted teardrop-shaped tower will appear as a shimmering tear when illuminated at night. Visitors will explore the sculpture from the inside and will be instrumental in operating the kinetic artwork. Participants will be invited to create a shared experience by activating the spin and rotation of the colorful glass gem suspended in the top of the sculpture.
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My Art: Multimedia, conceptual, performance art, photography, murals and collaborative projects. I am motivated to create for my community, serving schools, libraries, community centers museum and the streets… art for the people. With Moses Mora I continue to create public art telling the story of the Tortilla Flats neighborhood, and the Ventura Avenue diaspora. You can find me on a mural site or at my studio at the Bell Arts Factory.
For the Museum of Ventura I will be exhibiting Peace.net, a large installation of brightly painted hubcaps.
About the Venue
The Museum of Ventura County is open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday – Sunday to the public, and offers free art workshops, events and gallery talks throughout the year as a way of opening its doors to all members of the community.
Making art accessible to the public is literally where the missions of the Museum of Ventura County and ArtWalk intersect. The power of art to inspire, educate, provoke or move its viewer cannot be understated.