The Lights of Luminato
Well, digging back in my archive I came accross a RAW file that I'd never processed from an arts and culture event in Toronto last summer called 'Luminato'. For two weeks this series of about 20 search lights fired into the air above Toronto's Harbourfront Centre and could be seen throughout the city. This part of the city-wide Luminato event was itself a piece of art. Special sensors which visitors to the exibit, located next to each lamp, could be held at which point the user's pulse is measured. Within moments lights swing and pulse to the rate of each users heart, projecting bright into the sky. It was quite a sensation as a user -- becoming visually aware of the rythm of your heart that is. An exciting and very worthwhile exibit that I hope may return to the waterfront in future summers. Luminato drew more people to Harbourfront that I had seen down there in many summers.
I took this image while shooting with my friend Nick
and I enjoyed a night at the waterfront playing with these amazing toys (i mean art) with my dear friend Megan.
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