Human Harp = Singing Brooklyn Bridge

Conceptual art piece? Performance? Public exhibition? We’re not sure how to categorize this new traveling project by London-based artist Di Mainstone, but one thing’s for sure – uniting movement, sound and public space is a stop-and-stare experience.

The best part is that the technology doesn’t take center stage here; the thing you notice most is the otherworldly movement of the dancer. It’s left unsaid whether she is the puppeteer or the marionette.The most engaging experiences and events hide the technology behind the story, enabling the connection but not owning it.

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