BGuthrie Photos: Images whose date-stamp is "20221127" Images whose date-stamp is "20221127":

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  • Specific picture descriptions: Photos above with "i" icons next to the bracketed sequence numbers (e.g. "[1] ") are described as follows:
    1. GGLOW_221127_001.JPG: (Source page: 2022_11_27A_Georgetown_Glow)
    2. GGLOW_221127_014.JPG: Georgetown GLOW is back this winter with some mega-watt merriment, featuring 8 weeks of dazzling light artworks, plus walking tours, GLOW-themed yoga and Pilates, a silent disco, late-night shopping and more!
    3. GGLOW_221127_029.JPG: |1| LIGHT FALLS Light Falls, vigas - Leandro Mendes, BraziL LOCATION: 2918 M STREET NW Light Falls captures the power of nature in its most beautiful form: the waterfall. The installation is more than 16 feet tall, with a series of illuminated tubes cascading downward that create the effect of water hitting rocks, accompanied by the ambient sounds of the Amazon rainforest. Water is vital to human life, but has frequently been contaminated by humans. Light Falls represents the importance of our connection to nature and water, and our role in preserving this life-giving resource. Light Falls is presented in partnership with:2900 M Street
    4. GGLOW_221127_246.JPG: |2| PICTO SENDER MACHINE Felipe Prado, CHILE in Collaboration with Light Art Collection LOCATION: WASHINGTON HARBOUR (3000 K ST NW) Picto Sender Machine transports the visitor back in time, when there was no such thing as “high definition.” The installation consists of an enormous low-resolution screen of 1200 enlarged pixels and invites people to record a short video message. But you can’t use words to express your message; only your silhouette, dance steps, and gestures will be translated into blocks of light, displayed live on the screen. Picto Sender Machine forces you to express yourself in the simplest way, without thinking about it too much. Picto Sender Machine is presented in partnership with: Washington Harbour
    5. GGLOW_221127_459.JPG: |3| ALL THE LIGHT YOU SEE Alicia Eggert, TEXAS in Collaboration with Light Art Collection LOCATION: Georgetown Waterfront Park (Near Intersection of Wisconsin Ave & K St NW) Light takes a moment to travel from one point to another, and to reach our eyes. The travel time varies – from eight minutes for the light from the sun to reach the earth, to millions of years from a star at the edge of our universe. This means that the information that light brings us is always dated. This is the focus of All the Light You See; a poetic statement written in light that changes meaning with a small intervention. Part of the text in “All the Light You See is From the Past” occasionally switches off, simplifying the message to “All You See is Past.” The installation is a reflection on mortality, reminding us that in no time at all, we, too, will belong to the past.
    6. GGLOW_221127_481.JPG: |4| BUTTERFLY EFFECT Masamichi Shimada, JAPAN in Collaboration with Light Art Collection LOCATION: GRACE CHURCH (1041 WISCONSIN AVE NW) Six gigantic butterflies have landed on the surface of Grace Church lawn, their wings glowing blue against the dark night. At first sight, the artwork seems to portray a peaceful, almost magical scene. However, Butterfly Effect attempts to portray how something as delicate as a butterfly can possess such immense power. The title of the artwork refers to American scientist and meteorologist Edward Lorenz’s 1961 lecture on how a seemingly insignificant action, such as a butterfly flapping its wings, can activate a chain of events that can result in much bigger changes - such as the emergence of a destructive tornado in Texas. The installation is a metaphor that demonstrates how daily life, from the weather to the stock market, has a certain degree of unpredictability, with chaos or crisis just around the corner. And yet, a small act by just one person can make all the difference in the world.
    7. GGLOW_221127_603.JPG: |5| THE CLOUD SWING Lindsay Glatz & Curious Form, New Orleans LOCATION: East Market Lane (3276 M St NW) The Cloud Swing is a series of swings suspended from three glowing cloud structures, in which color and light are created as people engage with the artwork and swing through the air. If a swing is unoccupied, the cloud above it will emanate a steady white glow. Once someone begins to swing, the transformation begins, and the white glow is replaced by vibrant colors that become more saturated as the swing moves faster. The goal of The Cloud Swing is to provide a sense of nostalgic joy and connect participants to childhood delights and the wonders of simple play. The Cloud Swing is presented in partnership with:Georgetown Park
    8. GTOWN_221127_01.JPG: Benjamin Banneker and Suter's Tavern When President Washington commissioned Andrew Ellicott to mark the boundaries of the nation’s capital in 1791, Ellicott chose Benjamin Banneker as his assistant. One of Maryland’s most illustrious free African Americans, Banneker was a mathematician and astronomer. The first plans for the “Federal City” were delivered to Washington at Suter’s Tavern, also known as the Fountain Inn, making it the birthplace of the nation’s capital. Occasionally slave auctions were held outside. Ellicott and engineer Pierre L’Enfant made the inn their headquarters while planning the city, and the first auction of lots to raise money for the federal buildings took place there, grossing a little over $2,000. Rather than lodging in Suter’s, Banneker slept in a tent at the surveyors’ camp and worked on the first of his six almanacs. He sent one to Thomas Jefferson, as proof of the intellectual ability of African Americans. (Source page: 2022_11_27B2_Georgetown)
    9. GWFPK_221127_02.JPG: (Source page: 2022_11_27B1_Georgetown_WFPk)
    10. PSTORE_221127_02.JPG: You are exactly where you're supposed to be. @sptheplug #PaintTheStorefronts (Source page: 2022_11_27B3_Paint_Storefronts)