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This interactive woven canopy at MoMA PS1 changes colors as the sun sets

New Yorkers looking for a place to cool off during the summer will do well to duck into Long Island City’s MoMA PS1 - and it’s not just because the museum’s galleries are air-conditioned. A new interactive installation there, called Lumen, is an experience well-worth the trip. Lumen feels like a bright underwater landscape with 250 jellyfish-like tubular structures that interact with light, heat and movement.
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