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WATCH: Náměstí Míru transformed into the trippiest art installation ever

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By BOHEMIST STAFF

PRAGUE – Prague’s historic Church of St. Ludmila on Náměstí Míru was transformed into an amazing spectacle of light and music, as a part of the fourth annual SIGNAL Festival.

The installation, a product of German artist Daniel Rossa, uses a series of projectors to reshape the heritage building into a whirlwind of shapes accompanied by a slick tune that he composed using inspiration from St. Ludmila and its surroundings.

With the help of these elements Daniel Rossa creates a breathtaking show through which he calls attention to the individual features of this Prague church while adhering closely to the foundations of its historical architecture, respecting its characteristics, and interpreting them through light art.

The installation is part of the four-day long SIGNAL Festival, or the Festival of Lights, which features similar installations all across the city.

The projection is on for one more night, tonight, from 7:00 pm until midnight and starts in 15-minute intervals.

For more information on the festival, go to http://www.signalfestival.com/

Check it out in the video below.

 

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