Artist Discussion: The Creation of Amococo With Representatives From Architects of Air

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Amococo is an enchanting luminarium maze of winding paths filled with radiant light and color. Linking 86 three-sided domes in a monumental labyrinth, designer Alan Parkinson creates an architectural marvel in which visitors are encouraged to wander, relax, meditate and enjoy the magical ambiance of Amococo. The exhibit will make its Ann Arbor debut on Palmer Field near Top of the Park during the Ann Arbor Summer Festival.

Architects of Air, creator of the luminarium, is a British company renowned for their inflatable, walk-in sculptures. Learn about the design, fabrication and installation process of this exhibit from the Architects of Air exhibition manager, James Stephenson.

From the Guggenheim in Spain to the Sydney Opera House in Australia, the enormous, interactive sculptures of the UK's Architects of Air have astounded audiences across the globe - here's your chance to learn more about it before or after your own local tour!

Saturday June 25, 2011: 10:00 am to 11:00 am -- Pittsfield Branch: Program Room

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Amococo is truly amazing - and this event should take us behind the scenes.


This is gonna be awesome.


This is going to not only be a lot of fun but it's amazing.


I totally a agree with you.


Oooooooooh! This looks so cool! :D


I don't know what it is but it looks really cool.


This looks quite awesome. A visual spectrum of delight. I hope many people get to see it!


AMAZING!!!


Whoaaa it looks like something straight out of a science fiction story


Cool....


We're hoping to go to the luminarium as a family. It looks like an unforgettable experience.


It looks really cool from the pictures.


Wow...that looks amazing. The picture is stunning.


I've never heard of this before. It sounds very amazing and interesting. It's too bad I can't go.


I was walking to the site and then they said that the lines were closed down


I'm bummed that I misssed out on visiting Amococo. I've heard awesome things and seen some tremendous photos of the exhibit. Yay Summer Festival!


cool


now I'm really bummed I didn't go! Hopefully it will come back.


That sounds really cool!


cool


That sounds so cool.


I'm really sorry I missed this!


That looks really cool!