Leo Villareal's "The Bay Lights"

Leo Villareal's public light art installation, "The Bay Lights," billed as the world's largest L.E.D. sculpture, illuminates the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.

Read  "Long Stuck in Obscurity, Bay Bridge Will Go From Drab Gray to Glowing" by Malia Wollan & watch "Bridge of Lights," New York Times, March 4, 2013.

Live Stream of "The Bay Lights" from San Fransico (from dusk until 2am PST):

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