Moment Factory – Foresta Lumina

Québec’s Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook has been turned into a luminous enchanted forest by Montreal-based design company Moment Factory, turning the vast woodlands into a magical nocturnal trail. Foresta Lumina comprises a 2km pathway winding through trees with bewitched characters (drawn from the area’s myths and legends), colourful illuminated installations and mysteriously glowing … Continue reading

Banpo Bridge – LED Rainbow Fountain

Banpo Bridge over the Han River in downtown Seoul, South Korea is the setting for a spectacular LED rainbow fountain. The stunning moonlight show is the world’s longest bridge fountain with nearly 10,000 LED lights illuminating the 190 tons of water shot out form the bridge every minute. The display runs along both sides of … Continue reading

Marcos Zotes – YOUR TEXT HERE

The city is constantly telling us what to do, what to think, and how to act. Using explicit visual language, a multiplicity of billboards, signs, images and symbols invade our public spaces in order to tell us something. YOUR TEXT HERE by Marcos Zotes in Detroit was a project that challenged these ideals, giving the … Continue reading

Flux Cocoon Bridge – Lausanne

As part of the inaugural Lausanne Lumières, a festival of light in Lausanne, Switzerland, eleven artists have created original installations for ten central venues. Each illuminated design creating a contemporary and innovative but also suitably festive atmosphere in the heart of the city. The stand out piece is Flux Cocoon Bridge in the heart of … Continue reading

Golden Moon – Hong Kong

At Hong Kong’s Lee Kum Kee Lantern Wonderland, amongst the various light displays lays Golden Moon, a huge temporary architectural structure that mimics a giant lantern. Designed by architects Kristof Crolla and Adam Fingrut as part of the Hong Kong Mid-Autumn Festival. The spectacular illuminated dome allows for a fantastic show of sound and neon … Continue reading

Light: Installations by Bruce Munro at Longwood Gardens

As night fell on last Friday in the eastern states of the USA ‘Light: Installations by Bruce Munro at Longwood Gardens’ was unveiled to the US press. On Saturday, visitors poured in to see the much-anticipated artworks, and they were not disappointed. The heart-stopping 23-acre show marks the first time Munro installations have been seen … Continue reading

Jelly Swarm at Vancouver Aquarium

Jelly Swarm is an interactive art installation at the Vancouver Aquarium by Tangible Interaction inspired by the luminescent jellies found off the coast of British Columbia, Canada. Located in the Pacific Canada Pavilion gallery, Jelly Swarm features 94 carefully folded origami jellies by origami artist Joseph Wu, each containing an LED module, suspended from a … Continue reading