- Category: Wired
- Created on 29 May 2012
With apologies to Journey, the lights may not go down in the City by the Bay for quite a while. Not if Leo Villareal , an artist known for his illuminated installations in major museums and at Burning Man, has anything to do about it.
If permits clear and completion funds are raised, Villareal’s latest project will soon cover the west span of the Bay Bridge with 25,000 individually programmable nodes of white LED light.
Called The Bay Lights , the project will debut in late 2012 or early 2013, in time to...