University Of North Carolina School Of The Arts Students Create Large-Format Projections On Winston-Salem's Pepper Building
Have you ever wondered about the water wasted from a single leaky faucet? Or how much oil each of us consumes every day? Or what it means when the experts say that a cow produces 80 gallons of methane a day? Lighting students at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts answered these questions, and more, last November with a series of images—at once whimsical, startling, and provocative—projected onto the bare brick wall of an empty downtown office building for the Winston-Salem ...
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