Basking in a New Holiday Glow, No Evergreen Needed

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/30/nyregion/basking-in-a-new-holiday-glow-no-evergreen-needed.html

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2 thoughts on “Basking in a New Holiday Glow, No Evergreen Needed

  1. These are absolutely stunning. I would love to learn more about the engineering required used in each light/ the instillation as a whole. Even better they are touch sensitive, something I have been trying to use in some LED pieces so I am extremely drawn to these works and would enjoy seeing them in person. It is incredible how light affects us and our mood. I would like to observe people as they interacted with the piece and the environment. One of the best parts of this is that in the “wishing stations” everytime someone touches them a donation is made
    to a program that supports music programs in schools.

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  2. @lschildberg you explained everything I would have said to wrap up this article! I love interactive installation pieces so this one is perfect. Every time someone interacts with one of the ground-level cubes, Brookfield will make a donation to a program run by the Grammy Foundation that supports music programs in schools. This makes me so happy. So if anyone is around the Winter Garden in Brookfield Place stop by this piece!

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