SO COOL! 'Ghost Ship' will appear under Ben Franklin Bridge in October

How cool is this? This new public art installation can be viewed next week throughout the upcoming Halloween season!

It's called 'Ghost Ship' and it's a 90-foot light and water installation making its North American debut at Race Street Pier on Friday, October 4th!

So if you're walking along the waterfront next month and you notice something super eerie-looking in the water, it's 'Ghost Ship'!

According to Philly Voice:

"Ghost Ship," is a 3D hologram of an 18th-century ship created by Romanian-based Biangle Studios.

A self-guided audio tour highlighting the history of the Delaware River from pre-colonization to present day will accompany the public art installation.

"Ghost Ship" is part of the new Waterfront Arts Program, which aims to establish the waterfront as a cultural destination for Philadelphians.

It's curated by Ryan Strand Greenberg.

"Ghost Ship"

Friday, Oct. 4, through Sunday, Nov. 3

Free | Wednesday through Sunday from 7 to 10 p.m.

Race Street Pier

N. Christopher Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19106

 
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