"Vine shapes twist and turn upwards along the stairwell beams, fanning out under landings, traversing across the open space between the cross beams in collections, and clustering in out-of-reach areas. Here and there leaves extend and flowers bloom, made from reclaimed streetlamps, their jewel-like lenses glowing softly, changing colour." Monkey C Interactive
About the artists:
Monkey C Interactive is the interactive work of artists David Parfit and Scott Amos. Whether it’s a strange and whimsical musical instrument like the Bubble Organ, a giant motion-responsive LED cube sculpture, a tech-house-looping mutant cash register, or a 5-story-tall musical stairwell, Monkey C Interactive’s public art installations and interactive sculptures have amused and delighted countless people in their hometown of Victoria, BC, and at numerous festivals and events.
Photo credit: Phillip Lo Photography