To coincide with this year’s fabulous Light in Winter festival at Fed Square, Electrolight is proud to bring Objective: Light to Melbourne on Thursday 14 June. Objective: Light is an event where creative minds come together to discuss their work and how this work intersects with light. On Thursday night we will hear from artists […]
June 12th, 2012
To coincide with this year’s fabulous Light in Winter festival at Fed Square, Electrolight is proud to bring Objective: Light to Melbourne on Thursday 14 June.
Objective: Light is an event where creative minds come together to discuss their work and how this work intersects with light.
On Thursday night we will hear from artists Rob Caslick and Eness, 2 of the headline artists in this year’s festival. Caslick will talk about his cBraille installation, is a lighting exhibition for the visually impaired. Nimrod Weiss will not only talk about Eness’ wonderful LED see-saw currently installed at Fed Square but will also present other works including the hugely successful (we’re talking close to half a million views online) installation called Mobius.
And it gets even better still: the wonderful Austube, Euroluce, Light Project and JSB have generously sponsored the event which means that drinks and finger food will be provided. All you have to do is show up at 6.30 this Thursday night, upstairs at Beer DeLuxe at Fed Square.
The Light In Winter
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