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Fulton Center video transforms NYC into a kaleidoscopic panorama

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Howard Halle

The holidays are here, ushering in seasonal spectacles all over town, from Rockefeller Center to the Oculus. The Fulton Center has just joined in with a digital installation showing New York City as a procession of mesmerizing, kaleidoscopic views. Aptly titled New York Dreaming, the video is the handiwork of artist Anne Spalter. Sponsored by MTA Arts & Design, New York Dreaming plays on loop for two minutes at the beginning of each hour and can be seen on large screens inside the Fulton Center as well as along the Dey Street pedestrian tunnel. Spalter's work will be casting its spell through the beginning of 2017. Check out the short clip above, plus stills from the piece, below.

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