This video project, titled "As Above, So Below," was projected onto the Manhattan bridge, encouraging visitors to explore the architecture of the bridge and immerse themselves in its design. The project was led by digital artists Farkas Fulop and Ryan Uzilevsky and a team of people - including twenty performers on fly wires.
This installation by Yayoi Kusama, called "Aftermath of Obliteration of Eternity," uses hanging lights in a room paneled with mirrors, giving it a faux-infinite view of lights that stretch on and on. Check out more cool light installations in the via link!
This "sculpture" in Duisburg, Germany is designed to like a roller coaster. The catch: It's meant to be walked on. Designed by Heike Mutter und Ulrich Genth, the sculpture's 260 foot heights give passengers plenty to look at, though they have to marvel at the idea of the speed of the coaster at a more sane walker's pace. Check the via link for more!