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What do lasers have to do with an 1651 oil painting? Quite a lot, as it turns out: a new project called Water Light celebrates a Dutch museum's acquisition of The Breach of St. Anthony's Dike by making you feel like you're inside the painting. Using the latest LED technology, creator Studio Rooseg...

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Dutch art group Studio Roosegaarde is no stranger to interactive art installations, but it looks to really be upping its game with its latest project, which promises to change its form in response to human sounds and motion, assuming it doesn't blind them first. To do that, the installation will ap...

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Taking the all-fan casemod to the next (il)logical extreme, Dutch art concerns Studio Roosegaarde has built a 10-meter long corridor out of hundreds of fans called Flow 5.0. The installation, which is currently on display at the TodaysArt festival in Rotterdam, is controlled by several microphones ...

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