Lighthouse LED screens are part of a unique display configuration designed by LED artist Teddy Lo.
The display - totaling over 108 square feet - will be used in the staging for various performances taking place at the event.
Lo will debut a new LED visual display presentation produced specifically for the event and will exhibit his
latest LED concept piece, "Traffika."
In addition to the support of LED artist Teddy Lo, Lighthouse is working with a number of other partners to complete the project.
This includes MVI - MultiVision Inc.
, providing front-end video support; and Capron Lighting/Living Daylight Displays, LLC
and Performance AV, AKA Pete's Big TV, which is handling installation of the Lighthouse LED displays.
Teddy Lo, a Hong Kong-born artist now residing in New York, is considered a pioneer in the use of LED technology for artistic, commercial property design and advertising purposes.
In 2003, Lo held his
first LED art exhibition, Morphology, in New York, receiving widespread critical acclaim.
has since held exhibitions in numerous international locations and will premier new work this fall in Shanghai.