“Current,” a fiber sculpture by artist Janet Echelman, made its debut as a public art centerpiece in downtown Columbus, Ohio with some help from ETC controls. The sculpture, made up of 78 miles of twine that ripple in the breeze above a popular downtown intersection, is illuminated by a mesmerizing nightly lighting program controlled by the ETC Mosaic system with help from City Theatrical's Multiverse® wireless DMX technology.

“We love ETC and always use ETC control systems because it doesn’t matter what you need us to control – they can do it. And frankly, I think they’re the only manufacturer who can do that.” – Dan Boggess, CEO, Village Controls

Mosaic Controllers
City Theatrical’s Wireless DMX Multiverse


Zinkon Creative Studio
Tec Inc. Engineering and Design
Village Controls

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