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Trip Report "Dynamo" at the Grand Palais

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Okay, I know that this is not for everybody because either you like kinetic art or you are totally indifferent. But the Grand Palais is having the "Dynamo" exhibition until July 22nd, and I think it could be quite interesting for people looking for something different or else something that will fascinate their children (of all ages). The exhibit covers the last 100 years of neon, optical illusions and all sorts of electric bizarreries, and it is really a huge collection.

Here is the report I made about it, but even if it is not your cup of tea, I urge you to take a look at the YouTube video that I made which is at the end of the report -- it gives a totally different view from the static photos.

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