CULTURE & ARTS
03/01/2012 11:44 am ET Updated May 01, 2012

In Washington, D.C., A Museum Gets A Cinematic Makeover

This spring, millions of people strolling at night near the National Mall in Washington, D.C. will be able to see a museum turned inside-out. The Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden is giving its trademark circular cement exterior a glowing, 360-degree makeover this spring.

Between March 22 and May 13, from sundown to midnight, artist Doug Aitken's "SONG 1" installation will use 11 high-definition video projectors to seamlessly blend moving images around the entire building to the tune of the pop song "I Only Have Eyes for You." The film will include more than 15 covers of the song from a diverse group of artists including Beck and The Flamingos. 

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