Conceived by French architect Emmanuelle Moureaux, 100 Colors is an installation of more than 10,000 pieces of hand-dyed fabric displaying the full colour spectrum. Hung across one km, it creates an uplifting, positive energy at the heart of Downtown Dubai.
Location: Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard
Suspended from the apex of the Souk Atrium, Skyward is Jason Hackenwerth’s most recent creation. The 18-metre spiral turns freely, it was hand-sculpted on site using nearly 20,000 latex balloons.
Location: Souk Atrium, The Dubai Mall
Wave-Field is an installation of 16 illuminated kinetic see-saws. As people interact with them, the see-saws generate a unique sensory landscape of light and sound. Created by Canadian-based Lateral Office and CS Design, they will be on display at the waterfront promenade of The Dubai Mall for three months.
Location: Dubai Fountain Promenade
ART EMAAR, curated by Studio Romer, aims to bring new immersive experiences to Emaar’s master-planned developments, engaging the public through arts and culture programmes including public art commissions and temporary exhibitions.
Open: From 24 February 2018
Sundays to Saturdays, all-day
Image caption: Emmanuelle Moureaux, 100 colors No.3