We’ve seen plenty of creative ways that people have been using projection mapping, LEDs and other technology to create beautiful visuals that are mind blowing. The latest one is brought to you Studio Roosgaarde in Amsterdam.
The concept behind the installation is what is unique about the exhibit. Artist Daan Roosegaarde filled the eight acre square with blue lights, meant to imitate waves. Amsterdam lies below sea level, and is extremely vulnerable to climate change and rising sea levels. It’s inspiring to see artists create something so beautiful and keep the important political message it is trying to send. You can read the write up that was done over at The Verge for more pictures and analysis