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"lights installations by daniele buetti" --- these are *lights*.  how freakin' awesome is that?

"lights installations by daniele buetti" --- these are *lights*. how freakin' awesome is that?

This artist won 2 grand prizes at the Grand Rapids Art Prize competition with this installment. It's gigantic and dramatic. Everyone becomes part of the piece as the lacy shadows wash over the gallery.

This artist won 2 grand prizes at the Grand Rapids Art Prize competition with this installment. It's gigantic and dramatic. Everyone becomes part of the piece as the lacy shadows wash over the gallery.

Based in Beijing, artist Li Hui uses modern technology, lights, lasers, and LED lights to create fantastic, illuminated displays. In Reincarnation, the Chinese artist used fog, metal, medical bandages, and bright red laser lights streaming down from the ceiling to light up an everyday bed frame underneath.

Based in Beijing, artist Li Hui uses modern technology, lights, lasers, and LED lights to create fantastic, illuminated displays. In Reincarnation, the Chinese artist used fog, metal, medical bandages, and bright red laser lights streaming down from the ceiling to light up an everyday bed frame underneath.

Rainbow coloured thread! | By Gabriel Dawe | The layering of thin fibers create an all new dense yet also light texture. | Interesting as dividing wall treatment.

Rainbow coloured thread! | By Gabriel Dawe | The layering of thin fibers create an all new dense yet also light texture. | Interesting as dividing wall treatment.

A floating replica of Manhattan’s road infrastructure (1:1500 scale), an installation made of aluminum by Columbia University architecture students for the Experiments in Motion Exhibition at the Essex Street Warehouse, New York City. Photos by Collin Erickson.

A floating replica of Manhattan’s road infrastructure (1:1500 scale), an installation made of aluminum by Columbia University architecture students for the Experiments in Motion Exhibition at the Essex Street Warehouse, New York City. Photos by Collin Erickson.

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