The World’s largest Freezelight Picture Was Taken in Moscow
Participants of animation workshop by art-project, Philips and Lomonosov Moscow State University took the largest freezelight picture in the world
Moscow, Russia – On the night of June 24, 2012 people walking by the Lomonosov Moscow State University saw dozens of lights of different colors moving around the park near the monument of Mikhail Lomonosov. They appeared on the road near the building of the Faculty of Physics and shone the area near the main building. Passersby could watch the workshop participants creating animated pictures with various light sources. Over 100 people from several Russian cities participated in the event by art-project, Philips and Lomonosov Moscow State University. Amateurs and professional freeze lighters created the largest animated picture in the world – clock dial around the monument.
The video about the workshop included 50 bird’s eye photos, which were taken from the 200 m height with a 46-seconds long exposure. The composition established a new record - it covered 5400 square meters. The video shows the clock dial and hands moving around the clock.

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