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September 11, 2017 AT 9:00 am

Check Out The ‘Luminous White Carpet Of LED Lights’ Coming To Madison Square Park

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Starting this November, you can experience eerie, immersive art while you wait on line for Shake Shack!

Via Gothamist.

The project, which will be on display from November 16th through April 15th, 2018, is a newly commissioned piece by Redl, who is best known for creating spectacular light projects on the facades of buildings. In a 2014 interview with Vice, Redl explained that he is among a small spectrum of people who “work with tiny sequencing of lights. I mean there’s other people in my field whose work I admire, but it’s on the other spectrum. They’re much faster, much faster spaced, and more related to like a night club aesthetic. And I see myself much more in an almost land art context than an artificial, strictly-technological context.”

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