Gothenburg is hosting nine spectacular light artworks. Together they form a light art walk from the Garden Association to the Cathedral. From November 29, 2020 and are lit until January 10, 2021.
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The gardens - home to 12,000 trees and the National Conifer Collection - have been decked out once more into a magical after-dark lights and sounds trail, including our installation Voyage.
Christmas at Bedgebury officially opens to the public on Friday, November 22 and runs on selected dates to Monday, December 30.
Our flotilla of origami boats has travelled to Dubai to celebrate Diwali on Burj Lake. On display until the end of November, Voyage forms part of the Emaar Art initiative, which aims to bring art to the wider community.
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Aether & Hemera have been selected for creating an artwork to commemorate the end of World War One.
HOPE is a light and sound installation, inspired by the life experiences of the people of County Durham to commemorate their hope, humanity and resilience, even in the bleakest of times. More info here!
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HOPE lights up Durham to mark the centenary of the First World War. A commemorative installation, featuring hundreds of colour changing LED tubes with speakers projecting the words of North East people during the First World War, will be lit up from today as part of our Remembrance Day tributes. See it on display at @gala_durham between 8.30am and 10pm until Thursday 15 November. Find out more: www.durham.gov.uk/news #light #installation #art #remembranceday2018 #remembrancesunday #armistice #ww1 #remember #lestweforget #durham #centenary
We are so trilled that our artwork Voyage is a winner in the official Raspberry Pi magazine’s 50th issue celebration feature voted by the Raspberry Pi community.
Interactive Installation at Canary Wharf
The etymon of the word 'voyage' comes from Latin viāticum, which means 'provision for travelling'; the inspiration of this artwork is to allow people to travel and sail with absolute freedom to all the places we care to imagine. Paper boats bring us in voyages through childhood memories, wishes and imaginings. Paper boats’ on the water invite everyone to make a transition from reality to imagination, reliving childhood memories and embracing our freedom. Creating an unexpected and unusual addition to the landscape, Voyage inspires the viewers to think creatively about the spaces around them; the dynamic coloured light scenarios of the artwork invite the viewer to make a smooth transition between reality and daydream.
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