If you're down by Ground Zero tonight, don't be surprised if you see some two-hundred foot tall anti-war projections. The Glass Bead Collective is bringing their tricked out 100,000 lumen projector van into the city for an art-protest:
Rather than a sit-in or a march, one group has decided on a luminous statement about the fourth anniversary of the Iraq War.
A group calling itself the Glass Bead Collective is planning to project images onto a building at ground zero using a 100,000 lumens projector. That means it will be bright.
Those gathered are asked to light candles as part of a vigil.
Glass Bead Collective describes itself as bringing together diverse professionals to create works that "recontextualize'' culture and the world we live in. It was founded in 2002.