Art on the Mart is orchestrated by a company that handled temporary digital projections on the Empire State Building and the Sydney Opera House. It is expected to last for decades and become as iconic in Chicago as The Bean sculpture in Millennium Park. The projection will run for two hours after dusk, with no advertisements sneaking in. Sorry, Casper Mattress.
We’ll always have a soft spot for the digital art that danced across the Scottish Rite Cathedral and the Canal in the summer of 2016—a one-time event that celebrated the 100th anniversary of The Indianapolis Foundation, in case you’re wondering why the wildly popular art show never returned. But let’s be honest—our eyes are going to wander.