One of the genuine privileges of living in the 21st century is the opportunity to witness the new millennium's frequent and spectacular collisions between technology and art.
For instance, consider the curious case of the virtual flood currently inundating Museum Square in Amsterdam. It might look like some sort of oddly beautiful tech catastrophe, but it's actually just Art writ large.
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Created by way of a sophisticated system of lasers, LED projectors and software, the Waterlight exhibition was created by artist Daan Roosegaarde and fellow designers at Studio Roosegaarde, a "social design lab" in Amsterdam.