The Holocenter’s Last LIC Light Show

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"Folded Light" by Pete Rogina, one of the many light-bending works of art on view during the Holocenter's farewell party on Friday. Photo courtesy the Holocenter.

“Folded Light” by Pete Rogina, one of the many light-bending works of art on view during the Holocenter’s farewell party on Friday. Photo courtesy the Holocenter.

Oh Holocenter, we barely knew you. It seemed like only yesterday that New York Magazine called you the city’s “Best Mind Trip,” maybe because it was just a few months ago. But time moves quickly in the Clock Tower of LIC, where the center devoted to the Holographic Arts–something you probably haven’t enjoyed in at least 10 years–was initially housed until the management company decided not to renew its subsidized lease. Before the Holocenter closes shop, enjoy its last hurrah on Friday night with artists who specialize in illuminated installations and projections. You’ll experience things we’ve never heard of before, like light graffiti and UV body paint, plus its many holograms of course, DJs, live music, food and drink. Tickets are pay what you wish.

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