Time-lapse animation of Rodney Graham spinning chandelier going under Granville Street Bridge

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Time-lapse animation of Rodney Graham chandelier

A time lapse animation of Rodney Graham's concept for his "spinning chandelier," to be suspended from the underside of the Granville Street Bridge as part of Vancouver House.  

The chandelier is shown in schematic form without detail.  The rendering will be shown as part of the exhibition, Gesamtkunstwerk, that begins March 22 in Vancouver.

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