Curbed (Washington DC) - Yesterday, CityCenter DC unveiled a new and unique artistic feature, The Gateway at CityCenter. The Gateway is an archway of three high definition screens in the middle of the luxe mega-project's public courtyard. Designed by media artist David Niles, the Gateway stands 25 feet high and 50 feet wide. Yesterday, as Niles and various city officials turned the Gateway on for the first time, viewers were greeted to images of astronauts floating around the earth, tap dancers on swirling backgrounds and elephants boarding D.C.'s metro. They were also treated to the blue bubbles and accompanying music captured in the video above. Read more.