Absolut Invites Fans to Interactive Art Exhibit

More than twenty celebrated emerging contemporary artists transformed ordinary features of North 6th street in Brooklyn (Williamsburg), New York, into an extraordinary immersive and participative experience as part of Absolut’s Open Canvas initiative.

From wind art to crocheted fence tapestries and digital projections, the co-created interactive art exhibition celebrates the first iteration of Absolut’s Transform Today global campaign, a movement inspiring creative risk-taking amongst today’s creative class.

The North 6th Street transformation (between Kent and Wythe) began June 10, when building facades, flower pots and fences became stark white canvases with an inspirational call-to-creative-arms “The Future is Yours to Create.”

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On Saturday, June 22, dubbed “Transformation Day,” the collective of artists pushed the boundaries of imaginative inspiration, sharing their respective creative mark on the block while onlookers experienced the creative process in motion.

“Open Canvas serves as a reminder that we can all transform our present and future if we adopt a daring spirit and use creativity to stretch everyday reality,” said Maxime Kouchnir, VP of Vodkas at Pernod Ricard.

“Collaborating with artists who deliver the unexpected is part of our rich heritage; Absolut has creativity in its DNA.”

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Through June 29, New Yorkers are invited to experience Absolut Open Canvas and interact with the creativity that surrounds them, including:

  • Justin Lowe & Jonah Freeman’s “The Starchamber”– a visual and digital experience surrounding the 1970’s cult sci-fi hit.
  • Ryan McNamara’s “Dance” – a mesmerizing and interactive dance celebration on the streets of Williamsburg, individually tailored for each viewer.
  • OLEK’s “Forgotten Barrier”– an 80-foot long crocheted yarn fence reminding onlookers that “all we need is love and money.”

Later this summer, Absolut’s Open Canvas initiative will transform San Francisco. Visit www.absolut.com/opencanvas to experience the initiative.

Absolut Vodka offers different flavors since the introduction of Absolut Peppar in 1986, its first flavored vodka.

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