Placed over the 1913 Russian Pavilion, the QR codes oddly fit well into the atmosphere of the structure. The static nature of the QR codes was offset by the sporadic lighting behind some codes (which was required to get a good scan). While most of the QR codes were entirely functional, some were altered (or simply QR-code-like squares) to match the surroundings. As can be seen in the video below, an incredible job was done in fitting this exhibition to the surroundings.
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