Thursday, June 26, 2008

Waterfalls in the City

One of the best things about living near New York City is all the cool public art exhibitions available. If you remember, a couple of years ago, it was the Central Park gates, and just a few weeks back, it was the Telectroscope.

Well, today, the latest art attraction opened up: Waterfalls. Setup by Danish artist Olafur Eliasson (with a name like that, what else can you be but an artist? :x), Waterfalls is a series of four man-made waterfalls set up along the shores of Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Governor's Island.

The waterfalls look amazing as is, but what's even cooler is that they also light up at night.

Read more to get more info and see a video of the waterfalls in action....


Brooklyn Bridge Waterfall from jakedobkin on Vimeo.


The waterfalls will be up until October 13th. They'll be open from 7 AM to 10 PM every day except Tuesdays and Thursdays, when they'll open at 9 PM.

Visit the official website for even more info and to find the best viewing areas.


2 comments:

sang said...

the post was removed?????

sang said...

oooo the comment.