Christian Parto's E.L.O Installation Features Dipping Illuminators

By: Leslie Chen - Published: Nov 15, 2011 • References: youtube & collabcubed
The best kinds of installations are those that wholly engages its audience, and Christian Partos illustrates a clear understanding of this with his artwork.

Christian Partos' installation, called E.L.O for Electric Light Orchesta, welcomes its viewers by performing a whimsical dance. Each of the lights dip down one by one as a delightful surprise to each guest of the art piece. The Christian Partos installation is featured as a permanent piece at the Borusan Music House.

Check out the video to see Christian Partos' installation magically in action.

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