An impromptu visit up to Manayunk sounds like a good idea right about now — the Mural Arts Program’s temporary art project Escaped Infrastructures, is only on display until July 29. Located on the Manayunk Canal and towpath on Main Street, it uses motion-sensitive water pumps to let passerby interact with the water’s movement, with LED lights illuminating water flowing through the installation’s PVC tubes, allowing the artwork to light up the night. This installation is a commentary on how important the Manayunk Canal once was, as well as its aquatic life, and is a nice collaboration between Mural Arts, Austin-based design team Thoughtbarn and the Manayunk Development Corporation. Funding also came from the Manayunk Special Services District. Find out more about Escaped Infrastructures via Mural Arts. We love that Mural Arts is doing temporary public art projects!