Light Up the Sculpture Park

Night Forms, Infinite Wave

Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton Township, N.J.

Night Forms, Infinite Wave, is a collaboration of the Grounds for Sculpture and Klip Collective, a Philadelphia-based art shop that produces video projection experiences. This is the second year that GFS has presented this after-hours light and sound exhibit. It is designed to fit with the sculptures and horticulture of the park. Night Forms will be at Grounds for Sculpture through April. Having seen a number of light shows at various gardens over the years, this one is the best I’ve ever seen.

Dorion
Eolith
Memory
Froghead Rainbow

Seward Johnson

Seward Johnson was the founder of the Grounds for Sculpture and he was a fixture in the park until his death in March of 2020 at the age of 89. He used to lead sing-a-longs with park guests. His painted life-like sculptures are prominently displayed throughout the park. You can see more of his work here and here. Below are a few Seward Johnson sculptures lit up for Night Forms.

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6 Responses to Light Up the Sculpture Park

  1. retrosimba says:

    Thanks for those video clips, especially the one through the trees. It felt like a David Lynch movie come to life.

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  2. Donna Janke says:

    Wow. This looks spectacular.

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  3. Bumba says:

    I’m not a fan of messing with Nature’s beauty, but these exhibits are very cool.

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  4. Pam Lazos says:

    Wow, Ken, you find the coolest art installations!

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  5. jmankowsky says:

    Oooh, I love this kind of stuff!

    Like

  6. Fantastic photos; they are thought-provoking.

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