After two years of being out of commission, the Recollections exhibit at the Albany Museum of Art is back up and running thanks to a grant made by Mitchell EMC.
The company donated $8,000 which made it possible to fly the artist, Ed Tannenbaum, out from his home in Calfornia to fix and upgrade the system.
Tannenbaum's show uses a projector to capture movements and post them on a screen in vivid, LED colors -- capturing the attention of kids and instantly turning adults into children trying to create colorful patterns.
The exhibit was first introduced in 1999 and Tannenbaum says he's excited to be able to come out and use the new technology made since then to make his exhibit bigger and better.
Tannenbaum will complete his work and fly back Tuesday night. Museum staff says Recollections Version 5 will be available to the public starting on Wednesday.
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