4 Light Sculptures You Need To See In Person

4 Light Sculptures You Need To See In Person

Photo via Bayview Rise

Photo via Bayview Rise

Bayview Rise

This shipyard art piece by Laura Haddad and Tom Drugan, overlooks the vast shipping field with gorgeous revolving lights onto the hot air balloon mural. If you're ever near Pier 92, make sure to get a snap of it. Bayview Rise has been up since February 2014 and will remain until 2019. // 500 Amador St

Photograph by Lucas Saugen

Photograph by Lucas Saugen

Bay Lights

One that is highly overlooked and is often mistaken is the Bay Bridges "Bay Lights" installation by Leo Villareal. The Bay Lights is a site-specific monumental light sculpture and generative art installation on the western span of the San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge, designed to commemorate the 75th anniversary of its opening. // San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge

Photo via Yerba Buena Center Of The Arts

Photo via Yerba Buena Center Of The Arts

Murmur Wall

Don't call this a bike fence, we sure as hell did — this LED sculpture outside the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts blinks randomly to your text messages. Yes you read right, text messages. It’s called the Murmur Wall, you can actually submit your own messages and see them show up within a few seconds. This work by Future Cities Lab remains installed through May 2017. // 701 Mission St

Photo via Zuckerberg General Hospital

Photo via Zuckerberg General Hospital

Ethereal Bodies

Like a tide of molten lava making it's way down itself, Zuckerberg General Hospital has got a beautiful piece of art that goes unnoticed to the general public. This sculpture is by Cliff Garten and is honestly best seen at night, Ethereal Bodies consists of nine undulating stainless steel sculptures lit by multicolored LED lights. // 1001 Potrero Ave

 
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