This Super Bowl, Snarkitecture is getting in on the game. The designers are taking their talents to New York's Bryant Park where PepsiCo is setting up #PEPCITY, a venue for music, theater, art, and food.
According to the press release, Snarkitecture is creating two pieces for the entrance of #PEPCITY. While no details have been released yet, we expect something similar to designers' previous sculpted white forms. Last year, Snarkitecture collaborated with Chromeo to create an all-white installation of a car slammed into a rocky mound at Milk Gallery called "The White Room." They also designed the volcanic stage for En Noir's Spring/Summer 2014 show.
Along with Snarkitecture's contributions, #PEPCITY will also include performances by Austin Mahone, Prince Royce, and Ziggy Marley as well as numbers from Broadway musicals. Playwright Lemon Andersen will read excerpts from his memoir while artists Jolt, Valerie Carpender, and Marcela Gutierrez create real-time art pieces around him.
In addition to the performances, famous local chefs David Burke, Marc Forgione, and Michael Psilakis will create food from PepsiCo products.
#PEPCITY runs from Jan. 29 to Feb. 1 from 2 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. daily. A free, ticketed performance will occur at 8 p.m. each day.