Photos: Tiffany Shum
29Rooms, Refinery29’s stunning interactive exhibit, recently took over Toronto’s Queen Elizabeth Building for 10 days. The groundbreaking and boundary-pushing pop-up exhibit featured a crystal cave, a dance party, an art park and an installation designed by Toronto’s very own Hatecopy. (click on photos to enlarge)
What is 29Rooms?
It’s an artistic wonderland that has 29 different rooms/mini-interactive galleries designed by local and notable creatives. Since Refinery29 launched 29Rooms in 2015, over 100,000 people have taken in this sensorial exhibition. This year, the temporary gallery has popped up in cities from Chicago to Dallas to Atlanta. 2019’s theme “Expand Your Reality,” is more of a feeling than anything concrete. When you see what 29 talented artists and visionaries come up with when they synthesize their thoughts, dreams, and inspirations into actual rooms, you’ll realize that 29Rooms is more than an event — it’s an experience.
For more information visit: https://www.29rooms.com/city/toronto