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Rainbow Bridge is a 75 foot wide, 30 foot high, 4 foot deep walkable sculpture covered in multicolored LEDs. The arch serves as a cheerful landmark by day and a stunning light show by night. We love rainbows, because they evoke love, magic, hope, inclusivity, and wonder.

It was recently installed in Liverpool, UK from March 23rd to April 5th for the 2021 River of Light Trail, an illuminated outdoor public art gallery.

You aren’t in Kansas anymore, honeys. There is no Kansas.Turn up the magic, turn on the lights, and meet me under Rainbow Bridge.

Rainbow has 15,000 lbs of steel framing, clad with wood panels painted the iconic colors. At night she sparkles with over 25,000 LEDs, connected by nearly a mile of wiring. Those LEDs display beautiful animations, which react to sound, so the experience of Rainbow is constantly fresh and dynamic.

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After debuting at Burning Man in 2018,

Rainbow Bridge has visited Art Basel Miami (2018), EDC Las Vegas (2019), and Blink Cincinnati (2019), and Liverpool River of Light Trail (2021). 


The Interaction

The sides of the Rainbow Bridge have a few steep climbable stairs before reaching the main arching platform. Participants can walk the bridge from either side, engage with one another, and take in the whole view from the apex. The LEDs can be programmed to display a wide variety of text, images, and videos; the lights can even interact with external music. At Burning Man 2018 the Rainbow Bridge was host to aerial silks performances hanging from the center of the bridge, art car dance parties (interacting with the lights), games interacting with the LEDs, and children's books readings.

The Build


The initial build for the debut at Burning Man in 2018 involved dozens of people over the course of a year, including artists, structural engineers (RBHU), welders, and volunteers. There was plenty of designing, cutting, drilling, painting, wiring, coding, and anxious nail biting excitement. Since the 2018 debut, Rainbow Bridge has had the fortune to travel around the country: Art Basel Miami (2018), EDC Las Vegas (2019), and Blink Cincinnati (2019). These installations involve a large trailer, heavy machinery rental, a large generator, and a build crew of about 10 people. Moving and installing the bridge is an art in itself, one that we've honed to happily bring this large, whimsical rainbow to new audiences. 

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