The Tribute in Light memorial to 9/11 is an awe-inspiring light installation. As an NYC native, I find it powerful and provocative.
Seeing this every year, I’ve always wondered – how do the beams of light stay so straight?
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Fluto is a life-size colossal wind instrument. With Fluto, you can conduct an audio-visual symphony with others through your mobile device.
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Earlier this year, a classmate and I created an innocent public installation designed to make people do a “double-take” and interact with the piece.
A little chalk can bring a lot of joy 🙂
Last week I went to the American Natural History Museum through the lens of a museum/exhibit critic.
I remember as a child and young adult the museum seemed impossibly big. Yet this time, through this lens – and thanks to the dozens of other times I’ve been here – the space was totally manageable.
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