Brookfield Winter Lights Festival is back, bigger and brighter than ever!
The free interactive lights festival runs from Wednesday 20 to Saturday 30 June, 6pm – 11pm in heart of the City at Brookfield Place.
Kids (big and small) will love the interactive light display;
8-Bit World by Electric Canvas
Come with us on a trip back to the 80s and the ground-breaking era of 8-bit graphics as the team from The Electric Canvas celebrate history, heritage and technology through epic, nostalgic multi-world adventures.
The Light Frequency by Lux
Hanging from the canopy of the iconic link bridge into the precinct, Light Frequency synchronises hundreds of LED tube lights into a gentle wavelike ripple of movement and light.
Birds of Lumos by Amigo and Amigo
The Birds of Lumos re-imagines the rare Rowi Kiwi and explores the ideas of conservation and technology through Steampunk aesthetics – a genre than combines futuristic fantasy, art and the mechanical design aesthetic of the 1800s.
Neon Invasion by Lux
A 3D reactive installation, Neon Invasion is a giant alien asteroid that buzzes to life when someone enters its mysterious magnetic field. Nestled between the old and new architecture of Brookfield Place, is this a symbol of the future or geometric celebration of the present and the past?
As day turns to night, two stilt walkers will roam amongst the festival wearing stunning illuminated LED costumes. These elegant dresses were designed and created by Sarah Nelson and Matthew Scurfield in collaboration with Mandy Elmitt.
Neon Umbrellas by Carla O’Brien
Under the winter stars, opera, jazz, and contemporary artists will deliver inspiring performances adorned in romantic white gowns worn by the acclaimed WA designer, Jonté, and showcasing visual light projections by VJ Zoo.
Lights Out, Hoops Up – by Fliptease
Miss Gail Force, Perth’s favourite hula hooper, invites you to witness her truly illuminated hula hooping performance. After the show festival-goers are invited to join in and take part in helping to make the festival really shine.
Neon Angel Wings by Carla O’Brien
Instagram this: Visual Artist Carla O’Brien again invites visitors to the festival to let their imagination take flight as they pause and pose a while in front of her Neon Angel Wings.
Balloons by Carla O’Brien
As the future of the inflatable balloons falls into question with the world realising their impact on the environment, these balloons give us an illuminated alternative, that’s oh-so-Instagramable.
Three Belles by Strange Fruit
Seductive and charming, the Three Belles dazzle the audience into a dreamlike world of period charm and frivolity through a whirlwind of dance and movement on 5 metre high poles.
Share your photos on Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag: #LightUpBrookfield for your chance to win two return airfares on the Qantas Dreamliner service from Perth to London, 10 nights accommodation in an executive apartment at Canary Wharf, a VIP hamper on arrival, plus a selection of dining and entertainment vouchers.
Brookfield Winter Lights Festival
Location: 125 St Georges Terrace, Perth
For more information on the festival, visit brookfieldplaceperth.com.
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