Monday, 22 June 2009

Museum of Contemporary Art, Vivid Sydney, Smart Light

During the Vivid Sydney festival, Smart Light illuminated the city with artistic light installations. This oneat the Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney was called Facade. The images changed every few minutes, with the final image being animated and resembling falling snow. You can see a shot of the MCA during the day here.

11 comments:

  1. That must of been a fantastic display, the photos look great both this building and the opera house.
    Very smart lights.

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  2. I'm surprised at how well the grey one and the dots came out. I didn't try those because I didn't think they would work.

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  3. These are amazing shots. It must have been fabulous to see these artistic light installations in person.

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  4. How cool! Your shots of these came out really well!

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  5. Fantastic! What's amazing is the targeted lights, where the pilasters have a color different from the rest of the building. The snow pattern is wonderful too!

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  6. This is such a wonderful example of living art light display. Quite envious of you seeing this first hand.

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  7. What a fun idea and your camera really captures these images well!

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  8. Wow, that looks gorgeous! I particularly like the orange and red one. The last one looks like Christmas, actually.

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