The LEGO® City Built By Strangers


City That Strangers Built 1 | Photo via Gizmodo

We’re always looking out for epic collaborative LEGO® projects!  This one caught our eye.

Danish artist Olafur Eliasson recently created a wonderful interactive exhibition at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery in Dunedin, New Zealand that invites guests to come together and “construct an evolving miniature cityscape” out of 150,000 white LEGO® bricks.

Much like previous exhibitions of this type, patrons are instructed to sit at a long communal table and interact with one another to plan out their futuristic, all-white architecture as a group.

Very cool.  Check out more photos here on the Leg Godt blog at Gizmodo.  Both photos in this post are via Gizmodo.

City That Strangers Built 2 | Photo via Gizmodo

 

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