Visitors at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio, got to see their faces projected on a 14-foot LED sculpture. Matthew Mohr created the installation, "As We Are," with 24 horizontal bands of LED screens, according to a report by Colossal.
Users took their picture at a photo kiosk behind the display, which was then projected onto the sculpture. The goal of the project was to showcase the diversity of Columbus, according to Mohr.
"It is an open-ended, conceptual piece that explores how we represent ourselves individually and collectively, asking participants to consider their identity in social media and in public. It asks all viewers to contemplate portraits of people from different ethnicities, and gender identities," Mohr said in the report.
You can watch it in action in the video below.
Image via Vimeo.