A Building Salvador Dali Could Love

You’ve seen build­ings mag­i­cal­ly trans­formed into artis­tic can­vas­es before — the Astro­nom­i­cal Clock Tow­er in Prague; the icon­ic build­ings at Cam­bridge Uni­ver­si­ty; and then this facade in Ukraine. But have you seen the audi­ence take con­trol of the archi­tec­tur­al paint­ing? That’s what hap­pened in Lyon, France dur­ing the “Fête des lumières,” held last Decem­ber. Throw an audio analy­sis algo­rithm and a micro­phone into the mix, and the audi­ence now dri­ves the sur­re­al archi­tec­tur­al show…

via Boing­Bo­ing


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