Topic : art installation

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[Video] LightRail: Subway-responsive light sculpture

Rail| October 5, 2016

The LightRail is the world's first subway-responsive light sculpture. It uses thousands of LED lights strung for two miles along San Francisco's iconic Market street to visualize the real-time movement of underground BART trains. Project by George Zisiadis and Stefano Corazza; film by Michele Baggio

Defaced N.Y. subway 'zoetrope' installation restored

Rail| August 28, 2013
"Masstransiscope" produces an optical illusion visible to B and Q train riders who know to look out of the train windows to their right, just before the Manhattan Bridge.
Rail| August 28, 2013


Bill Brand's 1980 public artwork restored in 2008 can be seen on the New York City subway's Q and B trains from DeKalb Ave. in Brooklyn going into Manhattan toward Canal or Grand St. Riders need to look out the window on the right.

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