The DC Metro area is coming alive with new approaches to use indoor and outdoor space to display art and provide great experiential events. GDL has negotiated a series of significant and unusual signage, pop-up retail and special event agreements. Here is a short listing:
- To provide temporary beer gardens.
- To install and operate huge HD video advertising signage adjacent to Nationals Park
- To facilitate the placement of live television camera feeds atop an office tower in Rosslyn.
- To permit cultural events such as Laser Cat. Laser Cat is Washington Project for the Arts massive, feline-shaped, multi-media art installation in the Navy Yard district that projected live DJ music and crowd-funded creative works from all over the world through the giant cat’s laser-beam eyes.
- To bring Cavalia to Crystal City, with it’s big-top circus tent show that featured more than 50 entertainers using over 80 tons of equipment and 100 horses, including provisions for the use and stabling of the horses on-site for several months.