Ripple Effect was an expanding, collaborative, site-sensitive, multi-media project at 756 Chapel Street. Once home to the popular and much-loved music store, Goldie & Libro, the building was a three story canvas for artists to respond to the architecture, history or psychological landscape. The “ripple effect” manifests as artists respond to the building’s architecture, history or psychological landscape. Each “ripple” artist “tagged” another artist to create an installation or “poked” a fellow artist to interface with or react to their own piece. The interior spaces were continually evolving and transforming into new and creative experiences. Click here to visit the Ripple Effect blog and learn more about the project.