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Moscow is opening its second international digital art festival today
Moscow is opening its second international digital art festival today, the Culture government television and radio broadcasting company reports on its website. Celebrated Hiro Yamagata is guest of honor with project Quantum Induction. The entire world knows him for inimitable and unprecedented laser shows. London, Paris, Los Angeles, New York City, Rome, Munich, Stockholm, Chicago, Vienna, Mexico City, Boston and Atlanta hosted his sensational endeavors, with fabulous lighting effects made by cutting-edge computers. Mr. Yamagata made a memorable show at recent St. Petersburg tercentennial galas. Eiffel Tower lighting for its centenary, in 1988, was one of his best-known achievements. The Photon 999 exposition at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, 2001, came among the most expensive. It offered an exquisite play of laser rays on water surface. It took fifteen installations whose rays reach over fifty kilometers to make the effect. With project Quantum Induction, Hiro Yamagata demonstrates a pioneer vision of classical shapes. It figuratively represents an Egyptian pyramid, transformed into a bizarre, asymmetrical object by dynamic movement. The pyramid is made of holographic panels, with laser rays projected on them to produce twinkling color patches in a fantastic dance. The Art Digital festival displays only a dummy pyramid. The original will appear in St. Petersburg's heart next sum
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