Doha Festival City unveils its exclusive interactive perceptual art pieces
October 05 2020 08:07 PM
The experience encompasses a large 3D sticker on the floor and hanging art pieces.
The experience encompasses a large 3D sticker on the floor and hanging art pieces.

Doha Festival City (DHFC) has launched an interactive perceptual art display, offering an opportunity for visitors to create enjoyable memories by taking photos and interacting with the art pieces.
The experience encompasses a large 3D sticker on the floor and hanging art pieces, which include a mystery quote for visitors to decipher. The quote is composed of 50 artistic hanging plates, 16x3.5 m each, visible from different angles and parts of the Centre court of the Mall.
The quote, however, will be only legible through the hole of the famous Torus sculpture icon, creating a fun challenge for visitors to discover.
The concept of the perceptual art via hanging pieces was first developed by the artist Michael Murphy. DHFC brings this avant-garde art form to Doha.
“DHFC thrives by engaging with the guests and contributing to Doha’s art community," general manager Robert Hall said in a press statement.
The unique interactive art display will be held at the Centre Court until October 13. DHFC opening hours from Saturday to Wednesday between 10am and 10 pm, and from Thursday to Friday between 10am and 11pm. Children of all ages are now allowed to enter the mall.



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