GardenDrumVivid comes to Sydney’s Botanic Gardens

Garden of Light - Ample Projects

Garden of Light – Ample Projects

Vivid, the winter festival that lights up Sydney, will extend into the Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney during its 200th birthday celebrations with Garden of Light.

Created as a collaboration between the Technical Direction Company, HammerLighting, Mandy Lights and Ample Projects, Garden of Light will feature:

Fig trees within the Gardens uplit with magical effect (Ample Projects)

Cathedral of Light, a 70 metre tunnel inspired by the cathedral arched windows and made using many thousands of tiny LED lights, runs along the Farm Cove seawall. Artist: Mandylights Richard Neville UK. Collaborators: Daniel Mercer (Australia) / Shane Radcliffe (Australia) / Andy Romanowski (Poland)

Sentiment Cocoon, an interactive installation that reflects the emotions of those within it, using the medium of light. Ambient skylight trickles into the cocoon and blends with LED lights that change depending on the mood of the participants. Artists: Moritz Behrens (Germany) / Konstantinos Mavromichalis (Canada). Collaborators: Arup / Nathan Whitford (Canada) / Achim Meyer (Germany).

27 May – 18 June 2016, every night 6pm-11pm.

Free entry – enter through the Queen Elizabeth II Gates via the Opera House Forecourt

'Sentiment Cocoon' - artist impression by Mortiz Behrens

‘Sentiment Cocoon’ – artist impression by Mortiz Behrens

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