Doug Aitken’s “Song 1″ at the Hirshhorn Museum (Washington D.C.)

Tonight, I went to see this fabolous Doug Aitken’s installation called Song 1. It’s a perfect match among few art media: music, video, architecture. The video images are project in the outside wall of the museum in a 360-degree panoramic video. One is able to see it from as far as 3 kilometers. The audio of the video is simply perfect. The show lasts about half an hour. It’s everyday from sunset to midnight untill May 13th.

http://www.wired.com/underwire/2012/04/doug-aitken-song-1/

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News about Art, Eduction, Tech, Politics and Tech. Pedro is an ex-trader and househusband. He spends his time as a Contemporary Art Aficionado.
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2 Responses to Doug Aitken’s “Song 1″ at the Hirshhorn Museum (Washington D.C.)

  1. Anonymous says:

    My wife and “stumbled” upon this display Friday night and it was very romantic!

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