The Light in Winter brings together local and international artists, designers, architects, filmmakers and multicultural groups in a free, month-long program of light sculptures, talks, events, workshops, performances and the much-loved Solstice Celebration.
Now in its sixth year, The Light in Winter has welcomed design luminaries from around the world, including Bruce Ramus, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Srinivas Krishna and United Visual Artists.
This year’s program, directed by Robyn Archer, is inspired by the National Year of the Reading and will celebrate the enlightenment that reading sheds on our lives.
Literary texts, oral traditions, calligraphy, music, body art and braille are all viewed in a new light, along with imaginative light sculptures, and surprising collaborations from top international and local artists, designers and architects.
The exhibition is free to the public, and will be on display until 1st July 2012.