That Rad LED Forest ‘Entwined’ Is Returning to Golden Gate Park For The Holidays

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Of all the ways that COVID-19 jobbed us out of a proper observation of the Golden Gate Park’s 150th anniversary, one of these is that many of us could not risk going to see the amazing interactive LED installation “Entwined” in the park’s Peacock Meadow. People even started a petition to make it permanent so more folks could get an opportunity to see it once COVID case numbers were back at safer levels. Well, case numbers are down, the city is vaxxed up, and the SF Parks Alliance has announced that “Entwined” will indeed return this December, and stay up until February. 

“Entwined is back! This winter, Golden Gate Park’s Peacock Meadow will again transform into an enchanted forest of otherworldly shapes and ever changing light,” the San Francisco Parks Alliance said in an October 6 Press release

“‘Entwined,’ by San Francisco artist Charles Gadeken, creates a whimsical wonderland where visitors can explore twisting paths, colorful trees to sit under, large flowering clusters to run around and admire, and constantly changing vistas of light and magic,” the release says. “Inspired by nature, this interactive art installation will connect and enchant visitors of all ages.”

According to the release, the outdoor exhibition will light up again on December 2, 2021, and stay on display through February 1, 2022.

We’ll see if we can get it extended all the way until April, as we did last year.

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