Born in L.A. and now based in New York, artist Tom Fruin created a recent installation that adds a little sparkle to the already dazzling Brooklyn skyline. His monumental sculpture, Watertower, is built out of salvaged plexiglass and steel, and is mounted high upon a water tower platform located in DUMBO, Brooklyn. The Watertower design is filled with vibrant colors that glitter with sunlight during the day and, starting on June 7, will glow with daily light shows that begin at dusk and will feature Arduino-controlled internal light sequences designed by Ryan Holsopple.
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