Smile, making connection
in the urbaner jungle.
Disco Helmet Project’s back in Toronto for the 3rd years, a social experiment connecting urbaner together and sharing smiles.
Cutting through the veil of electronic distractions that surround us. We can consciously choose to make technology visible or transparent and by doing so out of choice, we empower and bring ourselves into the present moment. The project creates an experience for the audience to develop ideas and explore their inner selves. The presence of the artist wearing the helmet with an air of radical honesty and sincerity adds to the aesthetics. Nothing says tackling the urban jungle while living in the city like a disco helmet! (Click here for project info)
An impromptu interview with Avery Haines (@CityAvery) from CityTV in Toronto
— Avery Haines (@CityAvery) July 26, 2016
Adam Quang is an award winning interdisciplinary artist whose work explores human nature and plausibility in contemporary society; pieces that stroke the visual and tactile senses, that touch the heart, and hinge on the duality of his life spent in Asia and North America. In a mass market versus mass marketing framework, Adam’s art stirs our imagination through image and metaphor, shadow and hidden meaning within. He provokes action from the viewer and invites them to be part of the evolving art. He is the founder of World Karma Project. Its mission is to make you and the people around you “awesome.” Adam currently lives in Toronto Canada.