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Yeah. That’s pretty cool, I guess.

SO MAYBE THAT’S a bit of an understatement. It’s damn cool. It’s called Projection on the Bridge – Immersive Surfaces – As Above, So Below, produced by Light Harvest Studio – Ryan Uzi.

The light show, a “one of a kind public art experience”, was projected onto the Manhattan Bridge in New York City. The video mapping project, which uses 25,000 square feet of animation, won the creators the “Best in Show” at the DUMBO Arts Festival. From the Vimeo page:

    This production tested every technique in image-making conceivable in the short time frame, including stop motion animation, and the suspension of over twenty performance artists from fly wires at sixteen feet off the ground.

Grab a bowl of popcorn, light one up if you’re so inclined, and enjoy the show.

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Carlo Alcos

Carlo is the Dean of Education at MatadorU and a Managing Editor at Matador. Like him on Facebook and follow him on Twitter. He lives in Nelson, British Columbia.

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  • Mackenziemadsen

    I would’ve loved to see this! thanks for sharing

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