You need to go see and take photos of this amazing installation that is made out of 6,000 lightbulbs. The National Arts Centre is currently holding dozens of Canada Scene shows that are created by Canadian artists and this installation is one of the art pieces. 

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Cloud is an interactive sculpture created by Caitlind r.c. Brown & Wayne Garrett. The interactive experience lets you pull on the hundreds of light strings while viewing the industrial light bulb underbelly of the cloud. 

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This stunning art piece has a really deep meaning too, the artists say that it "speaks to a broader conversation about domestic waste and the mass of insignificant objects in urban spaces". Deep right? 

The many light strings make it appear as though it is raining indoors. Whether you're going to observe it because of the deeper meaning, or just going because it looking flipping cool, this art piece is definitely worth visiting.

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This installation can be seen until July 23rd at the National Arts Centre (1 Elgin St) for free. If you're interested in learning more about the Cloud click here

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