Nick Cave: Sojourn is a multi-sensory, immersive installation that transports visitors through a magical world of imagination. And to begin this experience, we collaborated with the artist on a a title wall to set the stage. The 30-foot wall covered in kaleidoscopic wallpaper is pierced by the show-title’s letterforms providing the viewer a “through-the-lookingglass” glimpse into the first gallery. The letterforms are 2.5 feet deep and veiled on the back-side by a screen of buttons that tie it to the exhibition on a material as well as an emotional level. Housed in the Precourt Gallery of the Denver Art Museum, the collaborative installation with Cave, Second Skin, is the perfect hand’s on experience to follow his immersive exhibition. The room itself is a visual treat from the kaleidoscopic wallpaper to the to the pixelated FLOR-covering, but it’s the child-sized, three-dimensional forms and floor to ceiling felt wall intended to be embellished by little hands that brings the space to life. Inspired by analog grade-school activities, troughs full of colorful felt cutouts can be patterned, felt to felt, on the forms and wall so that visitors can imagine, realize and then redo their own creations over and over.