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Accumulation, a glimmering LED light tunnel installation

A sculpture of sliced squares forms a glimmering tunnel of LEDs at the main gate South Korea’s Le Méridien Seoul. Created by new media artist Yang Minha, the installation showcases six light pattern sequences with visual themes titled Rise, Flow, Dimension, Light, Overlap, and Accumulation.

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