Art blog We May Money Not Art has ventured into the game space once again, with a post discussing a forthcoming German art installation which seeks to imitate a graphical pecularity that normally appears only within virtual racing games.

WWMNA explains: "Speed, by Aram Bartholl, is one of those projects that bring virtual game elements right on to the street. Bartholl aims to install the big flashing arrows from the computer game Need for Speed Underground 2 to real space."

Apparently: "The installation will be realized in September 14 to 17 at Bohnestrasse, in Bremen (Germany - other artists participating to the show). The 4, 24m high arrows are animated like in the game in three steps. In total there will be 9 arrows but only 3 at a time will be visible." Crazy stuff.