RoboLights, the one-of-a-kind Holiday light display that was driven out of Palm Springs in 2018 and appears to be headed to Desert Hot Springs soon, is currently on display at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit – where it sure appears that people are really enjoying it.
Here are some photos of what it’s like:
So, yup…new state…still weird.
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Remember when we shared the opportunity for you to donate your unwanted materials so that they could become a part of an art installation? Well, the RoboLights Detroit installation is now on display at @mocadetroit! If you donated.. make sure to go check out what your donation helped create! This new art installation by artist Kenny Irwin, was created entirely with recycled materials including the microfiche projector (the robots left “knee”) we contributed to this piece! You can visit the RoboLights Detroit exhibit now at MOCAD during their normal museum hours! #robolights #robolightsdetroit #recycledart #mocad #museumofcontemporaryartdetroit #robot #kennyirwin #detroitart #creativereuse #localart #sunstainableart
Anyway, no reports of the locals getting arrested for yelling at people heading in to see the display – so it has that going for it.
The installation is scheduled to be in Detroit until May, 2020.