Color and curiosity: A first look at the striking new ArtStreet exhibit

Photo by Jeremy Sykes
West Sacramento artist Alex Trujillo’s installation "ZSpace" uses mirrored stainless steel strips hung at an angle, custom LED animations and low-frequency sounds to create an altered, fragmented perception for the viewer.

ArtStreet—M5Arts’ highly anticipated follow-up to last year’s popular Art Hotel—opens Feb. 3 and runs through Feb. 25 at the Mill at Broadway (301 1st Ave). Before it opened to the public, Sactown previewed the 65,000-square-foot warehouse space, which contains the works of more than 100 artists in a gallery replete with murals and collages, rooms housing everything from sound sculptures to floor-to-ceiling architectural installations, and even a replica of a 1920s Sacramento jazz club that will host performances, speakers and film screenings. Here's a look at the collaborative project, which you can read more about in our Feb/Mar issue's story, Culture Club.

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Take a sneak peek inside the new ArtStreet show. Click on pictures below to enlarge them.