Despite a long line for the Björk Digital installation that snaked through an area whose scent could best be described as "urincense," the second annual Day for Night music and visual art festival has otherwise been a shining success on a cloudy weekend. Spread across two vast floors of what was once the Barbara Jordan U.S. Post Office are over a dozen light and sound installations that range from meditative (Damien Echols's neon glyphs and sigils) to unsettling (Tundra's laser prison Outlines). Above, a few shots from our favorite projects.

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