Durham art show uses dance-power

An art display at Durham’s light festival over the weekend used the power of people dancing to change the colours to the beat. The lights on the dancefloor-style exhibit, called […]

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By Vicky Ellis

An art display at Durham’s light festival over the weekend used the power of people dancing to change the colours to the beat.

The lights on the dancefloor-style exhibit, called “LED’s DANCE” by Polish artist Dorota Kraft, became more intense and “dynamic” in response to people moving over it.

The piece was part of the LUMIERE 2011 festival which also featured an art exhibit made out of hundreds of recycled milk bottles, drainpipes and carrier bags lit up by 4,000 LEDs.

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