A dream of light, algorithms, and computer programs comes to life in an underground passageway
This enchanting beauty connects the East and West buildings of the National Gallery of Art and it has mesmerized me since the 1st time I saw it
I’m wearing a Zara heart print pleated skirt, Silence & Noise motorcycle jacket, Chiyome bag from ANTHOM, and a vintage printed silk scarf
It’s quite a treat for me to live in DC steps away from some of the best art galleries in the world. This means I can visit them often and discover hidden rooms, secret exhibits, or magical underground glowing passageways. Feast your eyes on Multiverse – the largest and most complex light sculpture created by American artist Leo Villareal. The concourse is made up of 41,000 LED nodes programmed by the artist to create layers of abstract configurations of light that are unlikely to ever repeat, yet your eyes find repeating patterns among this blanket of lights.
You may have noticed a recurring theme lately where we photograph my outfits in front of walls of light. We are undoubtedly enthralled by their immersive illumination and organic lifelike qualities.