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Stardust Club, and Low-light. Kyoto.

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Strolling the street of the Geisha and looking for a pre-dinner drink in low-light lovely conditions, we found The Stardust Club. Wonderful company and American Blues sung from the heart by an expressive-faced man. Perfect.

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The fans sing of Angel Heart.

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and off 

Light imprecise. Catch it if you can.

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conglomeration of light

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As part of our extensive, black tie clad mixology fueled NYE festivities, our friend and DC-based video artist Brian Buck set up an installation of his work conglomeration of light in the barn. Attendees took art breaks from the party to walk (or be driven) up the hill to the barn to experience the piece.

The complete installation included video, audio and obelisks adjusted for the space. Goats were an extra non-union bonus.

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Video portion as displayed on the ceiling.

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Seven sound sculpture obelisks.

The obelisks have both under-lighting and in-lighting. They play the soundtrack.

Sound and light

All in all the video installation added an intriguing angle to the otherwise raucous NYE bash.

Did I have fun?

Your intrepid mixological reporter behind the bar.