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Laser Lights Bring the Aurora Borealis Anywhere on Earth #ArtTuesday

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Beautiful work from Swiss artist Dan Acher.

Via The Creators Project.

With BOREALIS, he graduates from a building to the entire sky above the Swiss city of Lausanne. “People stopped in their tracks, in awe. Voices went quiet and, somehow, under this expanse covered by the lights, people would gather and create small groups to live this experience together,” he tells The Creators Project. The result is reminiscent of Daan Roosegaard’s, Waterlicht, which uses lasers to represent the water held back by Dutch dams. 

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1 Comment

  1. This is not beautiful, this is light pollution and is harmful to nature as well as obscuring and detracting from the natural beauty of the night sky. Think of the kids (and adults) that will see this and then be disappointed when they see NATURAL aurora borealis because it isn’t as “bright and flashy” as a fake art exhibit that essentially tells them that “the natural world isn’t good enough.”

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