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Vivid Sydney 2018

Vivid Sydney 2018
Vivid Sydney is a festival of light, music and ideas.

Vivid Light transforms Sydney into a wonderland of 'light art' sculptures, innovative light installations and grand-scale projections for all to enjoy - for free. It is a magical celebration of light-design excellence and the world's largest outdoor 'art-gallery': a unique Vivid Sydney experience.
Vivid Light engages lighting artists, designers and manufacturers from around Australia and the world to illuminate, interpret and transform Sydney’s urban spaces through their creative vision.

Beam Collective team including Bettina Easton (E-Lux), Grace Tham (Hassell), Colin Shum (Medland Engineering) and  Ales Vasenda (3S Lighting) with assistance of number of collaborators put together an installation located at Circular Quay East called "Come Fly with Me".
Vivid Sydney runs daily from 6PM to 11PM and closes on June 16th. 
Congratulations to all artists involved!

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