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Alexander Lervik's conceptual installation, called Dimensions, was the crown jewel of the Light Bar—a pavilion at dead center of the show dedicated to lighting design. Each of the more than one thousand heads would become illuminated by a pulsating wave o

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on February 10, 2011
Alexander Lervik's conceptual installation, called Dimensions, was the crown jewel of the Light Bar—a pavilion at dead center of the show dedicated to lighting design. Each of the more than one thousand heads would become illuminated by a pulsating wave o
Alexander Lervik's conceptual installation, called Dimensions, was the crown jewel of the Light Bar—a pavilion at dead center of the show dedicated to lighting design. Each of the more than one thousand heads would become illuminated by a pulsating wave of colorful LEDs, stopping passersby in their tracks. It was hypnotic—and actually a nice visual respite from the incessant whir of the show floor.

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