September 25, 2021

Everything we saw as LGBTQ+ art installation GAZE opened at San Antonio's Hopscotch gallery

Downtown interactive gallery Hopscotch this week unveiled an LGBTQ+ friendly art installation staged in collaboration with the Human Rights Campaign (HRC).

The installation, titled GAZE, uses LED lights to shine rainbow colors through designs etched into acrylic panels. The piece is meant to encourage viewers to "see beyond their own experience and into a future that embraces love and acceptance for all," according to a joint statement from Hopscotch and HRC.

Here's a look at GAZE, its visitors and other interactive pieces on display at Hopscotch.

Photos by Jaime Monzon
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Everything we saw as LGBTQ+ art installation GAZE opened at San Antonio's Hopscotch gallery
Everything we saw as LGBTQ+ art installation GAZE opened at San Antonio's Hopscotch gallery
Everything we saw as LGBTQ+ art installation GAZE opened at San Antonio's Hopscotch gallery
Everything we saw as LGBTQ+ art installation GAZE opened at San Antonio's Hopscotch gallery
Everything we saw as LGBTQ+ art installation GAZE opened at San Antonio's Hopscotch gallery
Everything we saw as LGBTQ+ art installation GAZE opened at San Antonio's Hopscotch gallery
Everything we saw as LGBTQ+ art installation GAZE opened at San Antonio's Hopscotch gallery
Everything we saw as LGBTQ+ art installation GAZE opened at San Antonio's Hopscotch gallery
Everything we saw as LGBTQ+ art installation GAZE opened at San Antonio's Hopscotch gallery
Everything we saw as LGBTQ+ art installation GAZE opened at San Antonio's Hopscotch gallery