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Interactive Street Architecture
Iceberg Artwork Brings Lights and Music to Street Art in Montreal


By: Simal Yilmaz (Star) Jan 13, 13
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Iceberg by Atomic3 is a new and interactive form of street art in Montreal, Quebec. It is a light and sound installation placed at the heart of the city that is activated through movement.

The design is like an iceberg journey for its visitors, starting from the Place des Festivals to the Place des Arts esplanade. It is representative of icebergs’ four life stages. Iceberg skeletons feature the distinct shapes, sizes and soundscapes these separate life stages entail, such as the water dripping effect associated with the melting stages of the iceberg.

Essentially influenced from and situated to function as a giant organ, this ornate architectural design welcomes urbanites to listen, watch and play with the massive instrument. It is a great addition to street art in Montreal.



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