Friday, June 14, 2013

"Flower [of light] from the Universe"

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For Weekend Reflections  here is Flower from the Universe by Titia Ex from The Netherlands.

I didn't go down to the lower part of Tsahal Square to play with this Festival of Light installation, but apparently it is interactive.
The festival brochure says the principle behind it is "physical space--space as palette, as living organism."

See more about it at http://en.lightinjerusalem.org.il/2013/node/122.
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18 comments:

Fun60 said...

I wonder how you can interact with it. I like the design and lighting effects.

Dina said...

Dear Fun60, your answer is in the link http://en.lightinjerusalem.org.il/2013/node/122
The reason that I did not copy the explanation to my post is that I could not understand it and it sounded very bombastic.

Nonnie said...

stunning display! thanks for sharing.

Kay said...

It looks like so much fun to do, Dina. The grandkids would love it.

'Tsuki said...

Very interesting reflection indeed. Thanks for the sharing, Dina.

Jim said...

Great to see another light festival from the other side of teh world.

biebkriebels said...

I like those light festivals, we had one in Amsterdam last winter and I was amazed what you can do with light.

s.c said...

I remember this from the amsterdam light festival, a nice creature from outer space I would say.

Hels said...

I am with Kay... the grandchildren would love it.

richies said...

Very interesting. I would like to see it.
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cieldequimper said...

I think I would have wanted to touch it.

Dina said...

Ciel, me too, I wanted to touch it. But that's the problem when you go to such events with a non-photographer friend. They never have enough time to see every installation properly.

VP said...

I wonder how it interacts with heavy objects...

Spiderdama said...

Great color and reflection.
I think this is better than the sound of Formula race:-)

JM said...

This is amazing, Dina! Love it.

Electra said...

That's pretty spectaular!

James said...

Wow! That is really cool!

Indrani said...

This is so unique.