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Missing Links

Felipe Dulzaides

Limited installation January 2016-April 2016

Located:  Upper Level

Felipe Dulzaides created Missing Links—affectionately called the “Rainbow Jumpy”— for Animal Art, The New Children’s Museum’s 2009 exhibition. Dulzaides’ artwork includes conceptual photography and video, installations and public art projects.

What is this?

This colorful project is a playful way to engage with the idea of constant transformation. This 10' x 25' inflatable jumpy recently spent time at the Pittsburgh Children's Museum and we're happy to have it with us for the next several months.  When you run and jump through it, ask yourself: What are the living creatures of today?  What will they be in the future?  How are humans changing now and what are we evolving into?  

Who made this?

Felipe Dulzaides comes from a family of prestigious writers and musicians in Cuba, the country where he currently lives and works. He is the recipient of the Cintas Fellowship, the Creative Work Fund and Art Matters grants, among others.   

Ernest “Ernie” Silva, 1948-2014

Permanent installation

Located: Upper level

- See more at: http://www.thinkplaycreate.org/exhibition/rain-house#sthash.4i3cUbJA.dpuf

What can I do here?

 

Walk, run, bounce, jump or roll through a 30-foot inflatable rainbow-striped tunnel.