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LUX Light Festival illuminates Wellington winter nights Interactive installations and performances will be on display when the LUX Light Festival returns to the Wellington waterfront this month. The 2018 programme features New Zealand premieres from national and international artists who will bring a blend of light art, design, and technology to the annual festival. Acting festival director Robert Appierdo says it is a great chance for families as well as art lovers to get out and enjoy the waterfront after dark.
“This year’s LUX will illuminate Wellington’s waterfront from Frank Kitts Park along to Odlin’s Plaza and Te Papa. This compact festival makes it great for families and the spaces will come to life with installations that play on an overarching theme of nature,” Robert says. “There’s everything from a giant jellyfish hanging from Hikitia Crane to a swarm of butterflies being drawn toward the light. There are mushrooms visitors can sit on, illuminated stingrays hidden under the boardwalk and don’t miss the
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artists will be displayed around Te Whare Waka while, the mesmerising waterscreen is back in the lagoon. Pou Rama (Light Posts), featuring a series of free-standing light structures, will illuminate the corner of the bridge by Taranaki wharf. As well as food trucks there will be light-themed treats from Gelissimo Gelateri, along with new additions like Glownuts (glow-inthe-dark donuts) and glow spider drinks topped with Foxton Fizz. The LUX Light Festival runs from May 18 - 27, 6pm - 10pm.
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giant Kereru in Frank Kitts Park.” Installation highlights include Wellington-based artists Daniel K. Brown and Mark K. Johnson’s collaboration Edge of the Universe where the alphabet cascades like a waterfall from the cornice of a small building on Taranaki Wharf into the Wellington Harbour below. Another is Toulouse Group’s light installation Cube, inspired by the 80s Rubik’s Cube, which features 80s music and mesmerising light rhythms. Works by contemporary Maori
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