The Dubai Mall Presents ‘Wave-Field, Variation B’, an Urban Playground
A new interactive art installation is now on display at The Dubai Mall, Waterfront Promenade, creating an extraordinary sensory experience for the community. ‘Wave-Field’ comprises 16 illuminated see-saws that, when activated by momentum, create an experiential urban playground through light and sound.
‘Wave-Field’ is a travelling exhibit by Canadian-based Lateral Office and CS Design, who have won numerous awards for their musical see-saws. This is the debut of ‘Wave-Field’ in the UAE.
The installation invites the community to participate in the creation of art in a playful way. Each see-saw features a unique soundscape and, with every rise and fall, a new sound is discovered. Through interaction, adults and children each have a sensory experience forming an ever-changing orchestra of sound and light.
Set against an unrivalled backdrop of Burj Khalifa and the Dubai Fountain, ‘Wave-Field’ is the latest addition to the blossoming art hub along The Dubai Mall’s Waterfront Promenade, which recently welcomed Richard Hudson’s ‘LOVE ME’ heart sculpture. The installation opens daily and is free for all to enjoy.
The Dubai Mall, the world’s largest shopping and entertainment destination, is part of Downtown Dubai, Emaar Properties’ flagship mega-development.
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Located in the heart of the prestigious Downtown Dubai is The Dubai Mall, the world’s largest and most-visited retail and entertainment destination, which welcomes more than 80 million visitors annually. With a total internal floor area of 5.9 million sq ft, The Dubai Mall has 3.77 million sq ft of gross leasable space, over 1,300 retail outlets including two anchor department stores – Galeries Lafayette and Bloomingdale’s – and over 200 food and beverage outlets.
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