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The Electric Ladyland Fluorescent Art Museum is another of Amsterdam’s one-of-its-kind museums.
The Electric Ladyland Fluorescent Art Museum is another of Amsterdam’s one-of-its-kind museums. Founded by American artist Nick Padalino, it is named after a famous album by Jimmy Hendrix. While it has a section on fluorescent materials featuring minerals and materials that naturally react to ultraviolet light, and thermal expansion paintings, its main attraction is a participatory environment room with fluorescent lighting that creates a psychedelic effect.
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