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Circus Family on View at The Unexpected in Arkansas, Curated by Justkids

Circus Family on View at The Unexpected in Arkansas, Curated by Justkids. July 23-30 2017

Sun, Jul 23 - Sun, Jul 30  2017


The Unexpected brings urban and contemporary art to Arkansas, curated by Justkids from July 23 – 30 2017.

Circus Family has been invited to present their installation TRIPH during the urban art exhibition. Watch here a video of the TRIPH Installation at SXSW 2017

About Justkids

Founded in 2014, Justkids supports a diverse team of inspirational pros and upcoming talents to meet the demands of a constantly evolving audience, by delivering public art, gallery shows, artist residencies programs and brand collaboration projects, offering new experiences with top tier visual artists.

Justkids is the creator and producer of some of most innovative large-scale art events and the consultant for leading art institutions and city “place-making”. Some of these include; Life Is Beautiful Festival (Las Vegas), Scoop (London), Rise Above ( Art Basel MIAMI ), Unexpected Project (Downtown Fort Smith), Pow Wow Hawai (Hawai), Urban Nation (Berlin) , Sea Walls (Mexico), to name a few.

About Circus Family

Circus Family consists of a family of audiovisual designers with a passion for bringing challenging projects to life, using design, moving image, music and interactive technology. 

They specialise in the fields of fashion, music, sports and luxury. As well as commissioned work, for brands such as Nike and Tommy Hilfiger, and events including SXSW and New York Design Week, they love to create their own projects, just for the fun of it.

Founded in Amsterdam in 2004, the family started off making snowboarding films, and today, founder Wout Westen still brings his directorial talents to projects as diverse as documentary series “Pull Up” as well as highly visual installations for a wide range of events.

Circus Family believes in merging design and technology to explore new territories, create powerful audiovisual experiences and tell stories worth telling.


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