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So There’s a Massive ‘Cake Maze’ Installation Opening in DTLA Starting This Saturday

February 12, 2016 by Brian Champlin

Can you have your cake turn it into art too? Short answer… YES!

A ‘Break Bread’ installation is set to open in DTLA this Saturday, transforming the space at The Think Tank Gallery into an immersive experience featuring  six rooms filled with floor-to-ceiling cake sculptures (7,500 sq. ft. of space!), tech-based mirror mazes, a watercolor ice cream truck, a Zumanity lounge, and a coffee shop.

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The Break Bread exhibition opens this Saturday with a public reception from 8:00pm to 1:00am at the gallery and will remain active for 30 days through March 14.

Here’s a look at what’s in store (via The Think Tank Gallery YouTube channel)

Break Bread is a collaboration between artists Scott Hove and Baker’s Son, with a special collaboration with and performances by Cirque du Soleil’s Zumanity.

Access to the Bread Bread installation will be free and open to the public, but reservations are required, according to the official website.

In addition to opening night cocktail affair, events in the month to follow will include pop-up supper clubs, comedy shows, immersive theater performances, speakeasies, boozy brunches, live music and more.

Break Bread

Image via Bread Bread / Think Tank Gallery

What: Break Bread

Where: Think Tank Gallery, DTLA, 939 Maple Ave, Second Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90015

When: February 13 through March 14

Tickets and reservations for individual days via Eventbrite.

For more information and to make free reservations visit thinktankgallery.org.

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