16 life-sized art installations are creating dream photo-ops in Metro Vancouver

Jan 15 2019, 9:58 pm

Your Instagram dreams have officially come true.

Confetti Box has recently opened in the Metro Vancouver area and they’re prepared for the camera-loving masses with 16 life-sized art installations.

 

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“I come from a generation without social media,” laughs Anna Golavatch, co-owner of the establishment. “But my kids are very big on social media and I can see their love for social media, for wanting good photos, and to be creative.”

Golavatch explains that it’s not always possible to go outside and take amazing photos, so she wanted to create something inside that people could visit year-round, regardless of weather.

 

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“Our space features these life-sized, creative installations,” she says. “They’re perfect for young adults and families to come in, socialize, and take amazing photos.”

Confetti Box features 16 different installations, often themed with bright, vibrant colours and of course, confetti. In addition to themes like Candyland, a disco room, and a winter-centric igloo, visitors can jump into two adult-sized ball pits.

 

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“Usually, when visitors come in, they’ll see other people taking photos in the space,” says Golavatch. “It’s a good way for them to get inspired and get ideas from other people, or just strike up a conversation.”

Upon entering, it’s a complete free-for-all. Everything can be touched, rearranged, moved around, and played with.

“We want people to be open and show their creativity off,” she says. “The last thing we want is for them to feel reluctant or shy.”

Patrons can also decide for themselves whether they want to have their photos taken by staff, which include several photographers, by themselves, or if they’d even like to bring in their own professional photographers.

 

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“We know how unique the space is and how special these photos can be, so we want to make sure they’re done right.”

Interested visitors can purchase tickets online, which cost $28 on weekdays and $32 on weekends.

Confetti Box will be open from now until late July. Following that, the owners will temporarily close the space to create another set of mesmerizing installations.

 

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Address: 5850 Byrne Road, Burnaby

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