Sophisticated new systems have been inaugurated in recent months for lighting some of Rome's best-known monuments, but an unusual project attracting attention in the Eternal City doesn't involve computers, high-pressure sodium and metal-halide lamps, or even CRI. California artist Peter Erskine's contemporary art installations, promoted by Rome's Cultural Policy Council, the Monuments and Fine Arts Service, and ISES, are illuminating some of the city's monuments with grass roots lighting par ...

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