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   Night Falling   is one of two works that together are titled   Tidal Horizon  . Both use light to reinterpret the sunsets and large skies of the area and re-project these into the longer night. The lighting display of the sky and its moving horizon are programmed to mimic the huge tidal movement of the area, and in this way the whole artwork acts as a real time tide meter.   photo Miriam Sheridan
       
     
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   Night Falling   is one of two works that together are titled   Tidal Horizon  . Both use light to reinterpret the sunsets and large skies of the area and re-project these into the longer night. The lighting display of the sky and its moving horizon are programmed to mimic the huge tidal movement of the area, and in this way the whole artwork acts as a real time tide meter.   photo Miriam Sheridan
       
     

Night Falling is one of two works that together are titled Tidal Horizon. Both use light to reinterpret the sunsets and large skies of the area and re-project these into the longer night. The lighting display of the sky and its moving horizon are programmed to mimic the huge tidal movement of the area, and in this way the whole artwork acts as a real time tide meter.

photo Miriam Sheridan

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