“Children will be the main actors in this installation…” says the description for ANIMA, the current exhibition at The Invisible Dog in Brooklyn, NYC. The magical, forest-like installation is co-presented by the Tilt Kids Festival. For more information, read Meredith Craig de Pietro’s account of taking her six-year-old son to “contemplate the meaning of life” over art & ice cream. I wish I could see the work, but I’m also interested in the “Activity Book” they published and made available online. The book is written by Prune Nourry, Valentine Losseau, and Raphael Navarro. Editing Director is Léa Gabrié. Graphic designer is Marion Bizet, and illustrator is Laure Macé de Lépinay. The exhibition is open through April 14th.