Community members and visitors are invited to stop by Titletown to take a step back in time with "Loop," a unique interactive art exhibit, starting Wednesday, Aug. 28.
Loop is inspired by the zoetrope, an optical toy invented in the 19th century. With six giant cylinders measuring more than six feet in diameter, Loop combines an animated music box and a railway handcar. Visitors can climb into the cylinders and work the hand lever inside the retro-futuristic machine to create an animated fairytale.
The speed at which the images fly by, the frequency at which the light flickers and the rhythm of the audio composition are all directly related to the pace set by the people inside the cylinders.
Visitors to Titletown can experience Loop for a limited time, as the exhibit will be onsite through Sunday, Oct. 6. There is no cost to visit, and Loop will be open daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
The exhibit was produced by Quartier des Spectacles Partnership (Montréal, Canada) and Ekumen. More information, along with images and videos, is available at https://www.creos.io/en/art/loop.
Titletown, the community development west of Lambeau Field, offers year-round activities with outdoor games, fitness programming, a unique playground and football field. To see a calendar of events, visit titletown.com/events/calendar. Titletown also includes TitletownTech, Bellin Health Titletown Sports Medicine & Orthopedics, Lodge Kohler and Hinterland Restaurant and Brewery. To learn more about what's coming up next at Titletown, visit titletown.com.