Sydney’s newest celebration, Smart Light Sydney, is currently calling for expressions of interest from artists and designers from around the country and region to create “smart light and sound installation” for the evnt to be held from 26 May – 14 June 2009. The event will form part of the newly created Vivid Sydney festival […]
8 January, 2009
Sydney’s newest celebration, Smart Light Sydney, is currently calling for expressions of interest from artists and designers from around the country and region to create “smart light and sound installation” for the evnt to be held from 26 May – 14 June 2009.
The event will form part of the newly created Vivid Sydney festival – aimed at delivering a focus on light and sound during the city’s winter.
“Vivid Sydney will transform the city into a unique living canvas of music and light with the Opera House, the Rocks and Circular Quay as its focus,” say the organizers.
Artists are invited to submit their EOI to contribute installation for the Smart Light Sydney ‘Light Walk’ along the CBD foreshore, taking in Observatory Hill, the MCA and Customs House. Submissions can include pavement, wall, façade and foyer treatments.
“We’re looking for artists who are using digital technologies to provide creative solutions in urban design and light, as well as for installations which are stimulating and engaging for the public,” says Smart Light Sydney Founder and Festival Director Mary-Anne Kyriakou.
“Smart Light Sydney will play an important role in demonstrating the potential for low energy lighting to Australian and international audiences through unique and creative displays.”
Stay tuned for more on indesignlive.com in 2009
Round 1 Proposals for Smart Light Sydney Artist EOI submissions close Monday 26 January 2009. For full details on artist submissions and to receive an artist EOI form for Smart Light Sydney, contact email@example.com
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