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Cosmic Nexus


Thursday, Sept 14 | 7pm-11pm
Friday, Sept 15 | 5pm-12am
Saturday, Sept 16 | 11am-12am
Sunday, Sept 17 | 11am-11pm


Millennium Park
1220 9 Ave SW
Calgary, AB
Delve into the mesmerizing world of “Cosmic Nexus”, an immersive artwork that bridges the realms of art, science, and spirituality. This interactive installation beckons participants to experience the profound beauty and symmetry of the vector equilibrium, a geometric shape that holds deep cosmic significance.
A creation by Ken Hacke Arts “Cosmic Nexus” is not just an artwork, but a journey into the interwoven fabric of existence. The piece embodies the philosophy of interconnectedness, exploring the harmonious ties between art, science, and spirituality. As participants engage with its interactive light patterns, they are reminded of the intrinsic unity that binds us all.This installation is more than just a visual spectacle; it’s an invitation. To stand in its presence is to be encouraged to introspect, express oneself, and seek connection – with oneself, with others, and with the broader cosmos. As participants uncover the universality of our existence through “Cosmic Nexus”, they experience a profound bond to the world around them.

Supported by: Government of Alberta, Alberta Foundation for the Arts, Funded by the Government of Canada