Toronto Subway Station Turned Into Interactive Dreamscape
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Last week, artist Justin Broadbent transformed this city's Bay and Bloor subway station into an almost unrecognizable place, a dream-like, subterranean environment with an emphasis on interactivity.

 
Last week, artist Justin Broadbent transformed this city's Bay and Bloor subway station into an almost unrecognizable place, a dream-like, subterranean environment with an emphasis on interactivity. Visitors found themselves interacting with a video camera and a monitor inside a subway car. Other car interiors were filled with plants or were turned into a classical ballroom. Indoor forests presented predator and prey living together peacefully, and visitors could even get love letters from a vending machine. It lasted only one day, however; after Aug. 13, the installation piece was gone.

Read more, and see a slide show, at the Toronto Globe and Mail

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