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Kenny Greenberg has exhibited in museums, galleries, and public spaces.
He combines neon, electronics, and software to create environments of changing light.
Tom Unger has exhibited work in several neon exhibitions.

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Kenny Greenberg's Oija Light
Ouija Light - Hudson River Museum Kenny Greenberg - 2002

Hudson River Museum - Yonkers, New York - 2002

The Magic of Light
displayed the work of both established and emerging American artists who work with light as a medium. Kenny Greenberg's Ouija Light was a playful interactive work where museum goers manipulated a Ouija Board. Specialized software was used to communicate at a distance to an outdoor light sculpture that changed colors and displayed moving patterns of light.

Flushing Town Hall
Architectural Animations
Flushing Town Hall
Kenny Greenberg - 2002

Flushing Town Hall - Queens, NY - 2002

Architectural Animations by Kenny Greenberg was a site specific animated neon installation in the Garden at historic Flushing Town Hall. Neon echoed the architectural details of the building and through computer control, the forms  continually changed - deconstructing and reconstructing in an ever changing array of patterns.

Windows of Fire
Windows of Fire
Honolulu Convention Center
Ron Kowalke - 1998
Kenny Greenberg - Technical Advisor
Honolulu Convention Center - Honolulu, HI

Windows of Fire
is a permanent work by Ron Kowalke commissioned in 1998 by the State of Hawaii. Kenny Greenberg was the technical advisor and he provided neon, software, and sound for this unique project.  Vibrations from an undersea volcano are converted to shimmering neon light and can be felt by touching the aluminum castings of lava.


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