The designers at the MTA never thought about the lighting effect the elevated trains of NY would have on the street below. I’m sure it never even came up. Yet ride in a car underneath this slatted, textured light and I assure you, you’ll notice it.
When moving the light creates a visual kinesis and rhythm. When stationary, the lines force you to evaluate perspective.
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"Visual kinesis and rhythm." He’s so right — it’s almost as if you hear those slats of light whipping across the hood of your car, rat-a-tat-tat.