Random Acts Of Light
Following the success of the 2013 and 2014 Random Arts Project, we were pleased to bring Random Acts of Light to Glenelg on Saturday 28 November 2015.
When the sun went down, Moseley Square and the Glenelg foreshore literally took on a whole new light with bright, colourful, quirky art installations, projections and performances by one of Australia’s leading projection companies, Illuminart, plus other independent artists.
The Glenelg Town Hall was painted with colourful artworks and animations made from light, people were also able to use a light tool to create their own luminous masterpiece. A shining, shimmering ship beamed projections as it sails around Moseley Square and people jumped on bikes to help power an inventive pedal-powered light projection that played music. Luminous jellyfish and other mysterious sea creatures gleaming beneath the Glenelg Jetty and glowing crabs crawling around the foreshore.
Random Acts of Light’s participating artists include Illuminart’s Craig Laurendet, Jack Ladd, Penny Campton and Zero (Luke Shaw), plus independent artists Aurelia Carbone and Monica Prichard.
Together with Illuminart and installation artists Random Acts of Light was a one night luminous event that incorporate a series of light focused interactive installations, light projections, performance art and illuminated sculptural works that brought magic to Moseley Square after dark.
For more information please contact the City of Holdfast Bay Arts & Cultural Coordinator on 8229 9999