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Playing with color and light: Architects of Air returns to the Long Center with Exxopolis


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This week Architects of Air returns to the Long Center with a new walkable exhibit, Exxopolis. 

Exxopolis takes its inspiration from natural geometry and Islamic architecture. Inside the cupola, the largest dome, you will find a textured roof and a stained glass effect surrounding the room. 

It's a play of light that shocks your senses. While the color seems unreal, the only light source is the sun shining through the colored plastic.

Architects of Air: Exxopolis will run until January 27.

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