Third Eye Kaleidoscope was a series of interventions by Shane Aspegren (US) and Adrian Wong (US).  The fifth and final intervention took place in Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong, where a 20-foot-diameter yurt* was temporarily erected on the rooftop of  Things That Can Happen .  Visitors were invited to enter and perform a series of instructions at five stations around the yurt’s perimeter.  "Instructions are provided to serve as guidelines, though they are interpreted by the participant and yield a range of different experiences. The participation of the visitor activates the stations, rendering each performance a unique living sculpture."  *The yurt was destroyed by Typhoon Haima and the installation was reset in the open air. 
       
     
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 Third Eye Kaleidoscope was a series of interventions by Shane Aspegren (US) and Adrian Wong (US).  The fifth and final intervention took place in Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong, where a 20-foot-diameter yurt* was temporarily erected on the rooftop of  Things That Can Happen .  Visitors were invited to enter and perform a series of instructions at five stations around the yurt’s perimeter.  "Instructions are provided to serve as guidelines, though they are interpreted by the participant and yield a range of different experiences. The participation of the visitor activates the stations, rendering each performance a unique living sculpture."  *The yurt was destroyed by Typhoon Haima and the installation was reset in the open air. 
       
     

Third Eye Kaleidoscope was a series of interventions by Shane Aspegren (US) and Adrian Wong (US).  The fifth and final intervention took place in Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong, where a 20-foot-diameter yurt* was temporarily erected on the rooftop of Things That Can Happen.  Visitors were invited to enter and perform a series of instructions at five stations around the yurt’s perimeter.

"Instructions are provided to serve as guidelines, though they are interpreted by the participant and yield a range of different experiences. The participation of the visitor activates the stations, rendering each performance a unique living sculpture."

*The yurt was destroyed by Typhoon Haima and the installation was reset in the open air. 

 More information at:   thirdeyekaleidoscope.com      Photography by Shane Aspegren
       
     

More information at:  thirdeyekaleidoscope.com

 

Photography by Shane Aspegren

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