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Light Lane- Give Art A Spin!

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Mill Avenue will soon be lit up with art projections and the sounds of local music thanks to an art installation coming this April, and your pedal power is what brings it to life. 

The City of Tempe Public Art program presents LeMonde Studio‚Äôs Light Lane, an inviting art installation that combines bikes, music and visual art at three public locations along Mill Avenue. 
From April 3-30, nine stationary bicycles will project light and sound when activated by human pedaling. Featuring artist-designed imagery and songs by Tempe Playlist musiciansLight Lane is a truly local experience.  

Sets of three bikes will be located at three different locations: Center Pointe Plaza, the Mill Avenue U.S. Post Office and just north of the historic Andre Building on Fourth Street and Mill Avenue.

Bikes will be available for free to the public 24/7.

The bicycles themselves are a work of art created by LeMonde Studio, and the installation has been showcased around the world, including Singapore and New York City.

In Tempe, the bikes will project visual art by local artists Jake Early, Chris Jagmin and Shachi Kale when activated by a person's pedaling, along with songs by Tempe Playlist musicians Bad Cactus Brass Band, Bogan Via, Cheap Hotels, Danielle Durack, Miguel Melgoza, One Way Sky, Phoenix Afrobeat Orchestra, Pijama Piyama, Prime Society, Saraswathi Jones, Solh and Tindal Muzic.


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