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Visitors to the National Gallery of Art pass between the East and West Buildings via Multiverse, the largest and most complex light sculpture created by American artist Leo Villareal, in Washington, D.C. July 10, 2012.
The work features approximately 41,000 computer-programmed LED nodes. [REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque]

I love this work. One of the countless works that make the National Gallery amazing.

reuters:

Visitors to the National Gallery of Art pass between the East and West Buildings via Multiverse, the largest and most complex light sculpture created by American artist Leo Villareal, in Washington, D.C. July 10, 2012.

The work features approximately 41,000 computer-programmed LED nodes. [REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque]

I love this work. One of the countless works that make the National Gallery amazing.

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