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Titled Celestial Candyland, this site-specific work combines two-dimensional geometric patterns on the wall superimposed with a slow tempo of choreographed, color-changing pattern projections. The resulting “moiré effect” is a visual perception that occurs from the offset patterns, producing interesting and beautiful illusions from the shifting layers. It was created by Jay Shinn at the ticketing area of George Bush Intercontinental Airport. He took inspiration from the sky in designing the artwork’s dissolving color changes to evoke peacefulness, meditative wonder, and calm.