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The robotic installation lighting up Hull for UK City of Culture 2017

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Jason Bruges Studio’s latest kinetic installation opened in Hull last Friday (1 December). “Where Do We Go From Here?” is the last major art commission of the year for Hull UK City of Culture 2017. This striking multi-site installation in Hull's Old Town features specially designed structures, some reaching more than 6m high. Plinths carry over 20 large re-purposed industrial robot arms fitted with light sources, mirrors, prisms and directional speakers. With the night-time sky and the city's

 

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