Vivid has once again come and past, a spectacular light show that sees thousands of people flocking to where the city meets the water in Sydney’s Circular Quay. Vast spotlights are erected to display a dizzying array of light-art against a variety of surfaces.
The iconic Sydney Opera House, who’s pale white tiled sails make for a perfect canvas for projection. Similarly the MCA and Customs house have vibrant moving artworks cast upon them. This year’s most hyped art-work though was the interactive harbour bridge, a booth centred behind Circular Quay station had an operable control panel to allow individuals to change the lights that ran along it’s beams and trusses.
More efficient and frequent transport services will see Vivid become even more popular in the future.
For more information on the event visit their website http://www.vividsydney.com/