Look at this kaleidoscopic Watertower by Brooklyn artist Tom Fruin. Now imagine it irradiated by sunrays and lit up in sequences from dusk ’till dawn. The 14-foot-tall structure made from 1,000 pieces of salvaged, New York plexiglas and steel from Pennsylvania roosts atop a building of artist studios in DUMBO.

Oh it’s so very pretty and function-less. Hyperallergic shows it shining at sunset. Nice. See at 20 Jay Street, starting June 7.

(Photo: Robert Banat)