By Good News Network Sunday, May 27, 2012
Australia's Festival of Lights is transforming Sydney's famous landmarks using wild imagination and cutting edge 3-D projectors beaming images from a distance.
The evening lit "sails" of the iconic Opera House overlooking the harbor suddenly appeared to break out in cracks and holes, and flutter in the wind. As a finale, its surface peels back as if skin, a hand punches through it, and finally a giant woman stretches out across the surface appearing to tip toe across.
The German art collective, Urbanscreen, has called its work a sort of architectural "remixing", like a DJ, and says it sees the Opera House "as a stage".
See more of Urbanscreen's work in their web videos.
(WATCH the videos below, or READ the story in The Age)
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