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Glow 2011 - Day 1

On November 10, 2011, Maarten, Rob and I visited GLOW 2011; the annual light festival in Eindhoven. We didn't see all of it; Maarten and I spent the night in Eindhoven so we could see the rest of it the next evening.

Reading the same book on our way south. When Maarten got it, he decided it was too bulky to travel with it. So I cut it in half and added an extra cover for each half.

In front of the train station was Cupola, by Luminairie de Cagna; a big dome of coloured lights that reminded me of their project for 2010.

Glow for kids; lamp screens decorated by grade school kids.

Charm on Speed by Projektil

Light Painting by Artslide & Spectaculaires.

Burning Van Abbe Museum by Xavier de Richemont.

Interstices in a synaptic space by Afterlight.

Binary Waves by LAb(au)

Volume by United Visual Artists.

Fireflies by Tamar Frank.

We also saw several side projects:
Hiroaki Umeda: split flow by Baltan Laboratories and the Van Abbe Museum. In a dark hallway, beams of light would change colour if movement was detected. We moved and Rob danced and in doing so, we produced rainbows. One of our favorites that evening.

At how many lux...? by Onomatopee, an international group of artists. A series of rooms with different works, and a small café.

And a few more things we encountered:

Al that walking in the cold had made us hungry, so we ended our evening with a meal at the restaurant above the train station.

Geplaatst op 12-04-2014.
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