Vivid Sydney: the lights

Vivid Sydney is a festival of lights, music, and ideas. I’ve already blogged elsewhere about some of the music I’ve seen as part of this year’s Vivid. Below are a few photos I took last night of some of the light displays.

All the light installations are around Circular Quay, the Opera House, and the Rocks. There are many more than this. Some are just single-hued washes over buildings. As with other years, there are projections onto the roof-sails of the Opera House. Many of the works around the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) are interactive, and the public can simply walk up and play (or, in one case, scream). Some, like the anglerfish, are mobile.

The festival’s web page has a list of all the light-based installations or events.

Get downtown, wander around, and check them out.


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