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Open Air Philly
Posted on Thu, Sep 20, 2012
On Thursday night, the skies over the Benjamin Franklin Parkway were crisscrossed by 24 beams of light responding to hundreds of recorded voice messages. "Open Air," an interactive light show, is the work of artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer. The illuminating exhibit will take place nightly through mid-October. Photos by Steven M. Falk and Yong Kim.
'A cool mixture of visual and audio art'
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