vlog of my experience
From the first second I stepped onto their white astroturf I felt as if I was walking on sand.
The grand columns in the middle of the museum gave the beach such an epic feel.
It was such a struggle to move through the balls which oddly enough felt like a real ocean. I never touched the bottom so I’m not even sure how deep they made this thing.
At the far end of the beach is a wall of mirrors giving you the view of an endless sea.
I ended up bringing my giant doughnut as a prop which you’ve probably seen in my vlog. Another IGDC Instagrammer Gwenn brought a homemade shark fin as well which lead to an interesting photo by Jarrett. (P.S. Want to follow other cool people in DC? Check out my DC Instagrammers post)
We even got to sneak up to the fourth of the Building Museum. This gave us a great view of the exhibit and museum.
Shout out to Union Kitchen for the free doughnuts and coffee.
Here’s some more fun photos I took at the event. Handstands, laughter and dives we’re some of the highlights.
and of course I can’t forget the group photo of IGDC at the event.
The exhibit opens July 4, 2015 and runs through September 7 2015; open 10 AM to 7 PM Monday to Saturday, and 11 AM to 5 PM Sunday. Admission $5-16.
And again thank you so much to Snarkitecture for inviting me to #EmptyBeach
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