It seems like the weather is getting just warm enough for some trippy public art.
Today through March 31, you'll have the chance to interact with LOOP, a giant-sized flip book installation that lets you create moving, musical light shows inspired by old-school zoetropes. Using levers, you'll decide the cadence of giant-size light shows in retro-futuristic cylinders.
The installation is a part of the Garment District’s Art on the Plazas series, a year-round program that's brought some compelling art to the area, including the transformation of two blocks of Broadway into an urban garden.
LOOP broke out as a public art piece in Montreal in 2016, and starts its residency in the states in NYC. You can check out the free exhibition on Broadway between W 37th and 38th Streets, and get a better look at the experience above, from its term in Canada.