We are excited that John Whitgift Foundation has invited Aether & Hemera to create a public artwork installation for the 5th Croydon Heritage Festival, 24– 30 June 2017.
The Croydon Heritage Festival will celebrate the unique story of the town with a programme curated under the theme of Evolution, filled full of events. More information HERE
Aether & Hemera will soon collaborate with mathematicians Dr Lombardo and Dr Huard to create an artistic workhops inspired by their research on nonlinear waves thanks to EPSRC, Maths Foresees grant. More details HERE
Aether & Hemera have been selected to participate in the inaugural LUTN Light Lab art Residency in Blackpool.
The Lab is a residency programme for high-calibre artists who are either resident in the north or who have a strong relationship to it, to develop new light art works in response to creative briefs set by the festivals.
Over 10 nights, 3 – 12 MARCH 2017, Canberra's Parliamentary Triangle and Enlighten satellite venues will be transformed into vibrant arts precincts, showcasing Australian premiere performances, amusing roving artists, live bands and enchanting performances - all set against a backdrop of stunning architectural projections that shine a light on some of Australia's most iconic locations.
We are very please that our interactive piece 'On the Wings of Freedom' will be part of this edition of Bouygues UK e-Luminate Cambridge. The theme for the 2017 e-Luminate Cambridge Festival will be ‘Play’, a theme which reflects also the interactive, fun and playful nature of Aether & Hemera's installation #LoveLight2017.
Aether & Hemera's artwork in the wonderful Magdalene College's garden, Fri 10 - Wed 15 February 2017.