Noticed those new white lights on the Bay Bridge? It’s an art installation called The Bay Lights, which is currently being tested before it goes live in March. When it’s completed, 25,000 white LEDs will cover the north face of the bridge and glow in rhythmic sequences created by artist Leo Villareal on his laptop. Villareal talks about the project at SFMOMA on Thursday, Feb. 7 at 7 p.m., after the Atrium happy hour. Pre-sales are sold-out, but rush tickets should be available at the door. Check here for more details. — Whitney Phaneuf
- Lucas Saugen
- Artist Leo Villareal controls the lights on the Bay Bridge via laptop.