I am pleased to announce my participation in Seattle's Borealis, a festival of light.
Borealis, a festival of light is a first-in-the US global competition of technology and light art that takes place each evening in the South Lake Union neighborhood October 11-14, 2018.
The festival is free to the public and features a unique combination of live music, street art performance, lighting art installations, and multi-media video mapping designed to transform surrounding built environments of landmark buildings and facades into a virtual reality extravaganza – an urban canvas for unconventional storytelling by artists from around the globe.
From Lake Union Park, where the selected video-mapping artists will showcase their work on the architecturally unique Museum of History and Industry building, the festival extends south across Mercer with approximately 20 or more art installations.
During the event, attendees will stroll and enjoy the entertaining and interactive light art displays, sample food from participating food trucks, quench their thirst at festival beer and wine gardens, and enjoy live music from local bands. The festival is walkable, free and open to the public.
For more information, please visit: https://borealisfestivaloflight.com/