“Nature and Man in Rhapsody of Light at the Water Cube,” a collaboration between the artist Jennifer Wen Ma and lighting designer Zheng Jianwei, opened last Sunday. Using the former Olympics venue’s distinctive exterior, it broadcasts the sentiments of the Chinese social-media service’s millions of users through an interactive lighting display that runs from dusk to 10 p.m. daily. (link) Kind of like The Empire State Building, only emotional and in real-time. 
“Nature and Man in Rhapsody of Light at the Water Cube,” a collaboration between the artist Jennifer Wen Ma and lighting designer Zheng Jianwei, opened last Sunday. Using the former Olympics venue’s distinctive exterior, it broadcasts the sentiments of the Chinese social-media service’s millions of users through an interactive lighting display that runs from dusk to 10 p.m. daily. (link) Kind of like The Empire State Building, only emotional and in real-time. 


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