seeing is believing

See PARTICLE FALLS  in the Projective Art Gallery
Monday - Sunday; 9:00am - 9:00pm thru May 28th

UNC Charlotte Center City (320 E. 9th St., Charlotte)

ABOUT PARTICLE FALLS

PARTICLE FALLS is an animated light projection on the University of North Carolina at Charlotte’s Center City building, designed by artist and scientist Andrea Polli, which reveals the invisible dangers in the air you are breathing. It is a dramatic public artwork that raises awareness of the presence and impact of particle pollution.

viewing opportunites

Outdoor viewing of PARTICLE FALLS can be seen on the west wall of the UNC Charlotte Center City building (corner of 9th & Brevard Streets). The animation can be seen from many remote locations in uptown Charlotte every evening, March 4 – April 24 at dusk. Indoor viewing is available during daylight hours in the Projective Eye Gallery of the Center City building from March 18 – May 18.

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  • 320 E. 9th Street, Charlotte, NC
  • 704-307-9528
  • Terry Lansdell @ terry[at]cleanaircarolina[dot]org