The Shimmer Wall, Raleigh, NC

Raleigh, North Carolina is known as “the City of Oaks.”  The Shimmer Wall, on the west wall of the Raleigh Convention Center, honors the city’s nickname.

One of Raleigh’s most visible works of art since 2009, the Shimmer Wall is a massive 210′ by 44′ and is made up of over 79,000 4″ aluminum square “pixels” that move with the wind and cause a shimmering effect.  It’s quite mesmerizing to watch.

Shimmer Wall

At night, LED fixtures aid in the shimmering effect.  The colors of the lights change with the season.  It’s quite beautiful, whether you view it during the daytime, as  pictured above, or at night, when the colored lights turn it into something entirely different.

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