Chase Gallery
Mandell JCC
West Hartford, CT

 The Wave installed in The Chase Gallery, Mandell JCC, West Hartford, CT.

The Wave installed in The Chase Gallery, Mandell JCC, West Hartford, CT, December, 2014

On December 14, 2014, as part of a community commemoration celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Mandell Jewish Community Center (MJCC) in West Hartford, CT, hundreds of participants of all ages came together to participate in a Wave event celebrating water.

Using all of The Wave pieces created on December 14 as well as the many thousands from every one of the previous fifteen Wave sites, The Wave was then installed in the Chase Gallery of the MJCC. Suspended from the exposed ceiling beams in the shape of a cube that hovered 6 feet from the floor, The MJCC Wave formed a dense room-like structure, under which visitors paused to admire the startling colors and contemplate their own relationship to the altered space.

The Wave installed in the Chase Gallery, Mandell JCC, West Hartford, CT, December, 2014,  Detail

The Wave installed in the Chase Gallery, Mandell JCC, West Hartford, CT, December, 2014,
Detail

The Wave installed in the Chase Gallery, Mandell JCC, West Hartford, CT, December, 2014,  Detail

The Wave installed in the Chase Gallery, Mandell JCC, West Hartford, CT, December, 2014,
Detail

 Young Participant at the MJCC Wave Event, December, 2014


A Very Proud Young Participant at the MJCC Wave Event, December, 2014

 A Wave Participant Exudes Joy, December, 2014


A Wave Participant Exudes Joy, December, 2014

 A Wave-Making Family, December, 2014


A Wave-Making Family, December, 2014

 Wave Pieces Vary As Much As Wave-Makers, December, 2014


Wave Pieces Vary As Much As Wave-Makers, December, 2014

 Wave Participant at the Mandell JCC, December, 2014


Wave Participant at the Mandell JCC, December, 2014

 Wave Participant, Mandell JCC, December, 2014


Wave Participant, Mandell JCC, December, 2014

 Wave Participant at the Mandell JCC, December, 2014


Wave Participant at the Mandell JCC, December, 2014

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