The Indy Hall crew has a tendency to come up with some truly unique artistic visions This outside the box thinking, which has been established throughout prior exhibits and art shows over the years, has become one of the truly defining characteristics of the co-working space they call home. This May 5 is their latest opening and it might be their most ambitious show to date. Coinciding with the release of the first Indy Hall entitled Kin, there will be a fully interactive exhibit featuring the artists that helped bring Kin to vibrant life.
The interactive nature of the Kin exhibit is where the ingenuity of Indy Hall as a collective truly shines. Upon entering the space, attendees will have a unique opportunity to interact with the exhibits. With the artwork hanging on the walls of the massive space, visitors are encouraged to leave their mark upon each piece. By leaving a physical mark on the exhibits, each visitor becomes an integral part of that piece of art moving forward, adding a new dimension to the work for future viewings. The physical edition of the zine will be available upon arrival for guests and features over 30 contributing artists.
Indy Hall’s ambitious zine and interactive exhibit Kin has all the makings of a once in a lifetime exhibit, that offers patrons a truly unique experience that allows them to become part of the artwork.
Kin: An Indy Hall Collective Zine
Friday, May 5, 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Indy Hall, 399 Market Street