Vivid 2017, Sydney, NSW

Atmos (Motti+Smith / Paper Moose ), Martin Place
Waratah (Sarah Harvie / Dylan Tonkin / Christopher Page / Anthony Zeater), Martin Place
Twelve-Tone (Unqualified Design Studio), Martin Place

Illuminated Fountain, Martin Place

Urban Tree 2.0 (Ample Projects), Martin Place

Tidal (HATCH / Arup), Loftus Lane
Helix (Kim Straatemeier / Sara McClintock / Steven Isherwood), Macquarie Place
Supernova (Turner), Macquarie Place

AMP Building, Circular Quay
AXIOM (Kit Webster), First Fleet Park
Between Fine Lines (Emrah Baki Ulas), Circular Quay

Eora – Bennelong (Bangarra Dance Theatre), Sydney Harbour Bridge
Sydney Opera House
Sydney Opera House, Royal Botanical Gardens

Waratah (Sarah Harvie / Dylan Tonkin / Christopher Page / Anthony Zeater), Royal Botanical Gardens

The Sunflowers (Francesco Cappuccio / Dutchanee Ongarjsiri), Royal Botanical Gardens
Birds of Lumos (Renzo B. Larriviere / Simone Chua), Royal Botanical Gardens

Birds of Lumos (Renzo B. Larriviere / Simone Chua), Royal Botanical Gardens

Spreading Life (Claudio Porras), Royal Botanical Gardens
Landscape of the Mind (Black Dog Institute and amigo & amigo), Campbell Cove

Light Waves (Indermühle + Indermühle), Campbell Cove
Parallax (Benjamin Jay Shand), The Rocks

Vivid 2016, Sydney

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Martin Place – Fountain (Ample Projects)

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Martin Place – Mountain Of Light (Angus Muir Design)
Royal Botanical Gardens and Opera House
Circular Quay – Spectrum (Jarred Barrow)

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Royal Botanical Gardens – Cathedral Of Light (Mandylights)

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Royal Botanical Gardens – Synthesis (Ample Projects)

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Royal Botanical Gardens – Will O’The Wisps (Mandylights)
Royal Botanical Gardens – Sentiment Coccon (Moritz Behrens)
Walsh Bay – Elantica (Tom Dekyvere)

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Sydney Opera House Forecourt – Sydney Harbour Bridge

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Customs House – Sydney’s Hidden Stories (Jason French)

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Dawes Point – Sweep (Alexandra Heaney)
Circular Quay – MCA – The Matter Of Painting (Huseyin Sami)Campbell Cove – Horizon (Indermühle + Indermühle)

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Campbell Cove – Vastitude (Cox Richardson Architects & Planners)

 

Sculptures By The Sea 2015

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RCM Collective – The bottles
Alwin Reamillo – Baybihan Hopping Spirit House
Mano Ponnambalam – Repetitive structures

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William Feuerman – outside-in
Laurence Edwards – Crouching Man
Arrisara Reed – Acoustic chamber

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Annette Thas – Wave 2

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Chen Wenling – Harbour
Ruth Liou – The Bell
Koichi Ishino – Wind blowing

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Ruth Liou – The Bell

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Thomas Quayle – Messages from the West
Harry Fasher – Boxed
Jacob Geltner – Nest 6

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Sandra Pitkin – Keep safe / keepsake

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Peter Lundberg – Open

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Wang Shugang – Man on ball

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Caitlin Roseby – Half Gate

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Zilvinas Kempinas – Kakashi
Benson Sculpture – Conspicuous consumption
Robert Hague – ionis

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Fabio Pietrantonio – Quotidianity ‘the brothers’

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Kim Perrier – Ashes To Ashes

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Jeremy Sheehan – Transmigration

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Louis Pratt – King Coal
Andrew Rogers – Flora Exemplar II
Peter Lundberg – Open

 

 

 

Vivid 2015, Sydney

Vivid Sydney is a unique annual event of light, music and ideas, featuring many of the world’s most important creative industry forums, a mesmerising free public exhibition of outdoor lighting sculptures and installations, a cutting-edge contemporary music program and the spectacular illumination of Sydney’s iconic architecture including the sails of Sydney Opera House, Darling Harbour and Martin Place. 2015 extended the Vivid precincts to the suburb of Chatswood and to Central Park and nearby Sydney Uni.

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Darling Harbour
Pyrmont Bridge – Guardhouse
Cockle Bay – Tree lights
Cockle Bay – Tall Ship James Craig

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Martin Place
Cenotaph
GPO – Former Post Office site, now part of The Weston hotel
Robotanic by Thomas Martin / Sebastian Barkoczy

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Customs House
Enchanted Sydney by the Spinifex Group

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Circular Quay
Cloud by AJ Design Co
AMP Building
Space Folding – Zina Kaye

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Opera House
Lighting The Sails by Universal Everything

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Chatswood – The Concourse
The Nautilus and the Sea by Ample Projects and TDC

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Chatswood – The Mall
Norbert The Nautilus by Ample Projects
Jellyfish Chandeliers by Ample Projects

Sculptures By The Sea 2014

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Andrew Hankin – We’re Fryin’In Here
Alejandro Propat – Permanent Sunrise

 

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Julie Collins & Derek John – Evidence based research – Crossing the line

 

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Moon Byong-doo – Our memory in your place

 

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Alejandro Propat – Permanent Sunrise
Hidemi Tokutake – Grow
Brad Jackson – Wanderers

 

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Harry Fasher – Which way forwards?
John Petrie – The figure in the landscape
Rebecca Rose – Sea anemone

 

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Koichi Ishino – Wind Stone
Barclay Bailey – windsong

 

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Neon – House of mirrors
Clara Hall – Hilje
Greger Stahlgren – Stone Baskets

 

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Wang Shugang – Man playing with birds

 

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Cave Urban – Save our souls
George Andric – Sysiphus
Sean Henry – The Wanderer

 

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Sean Henry – The Wanderer
Cave Urban – Save our souls

 

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Takeshi Tanabe – A scene dedicated to Handl
Ron Gomboc – The Moment
Naidee Changmoh – The Ascetic

 

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Melissa McElhone – Vessels of Destiny

 

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Melissa McElhone – Vessels of Destiny
Kaoru Matsumoto – Cycle 90
Ken Unsworth – My house is your home

 

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Frank Veldze & Suzanne Donisthorpe – The Last Resort
Heini Nieminen – Glacier depository
Michael Greve – Breaching

Vivid 2014, Sydney

Vivid Sydney is a unique annual event of light, music and ideas, featuring many of the world’s most important creative industry forums, a mesmerising free public exhibition of outdoor lighting sculptures and installations, a cutting-edge contemporary music program and the spectacular illumination of Sydney’s iconic architecture including the sails of Sydney Opera House, Darling Harbour and Martin Place.

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Lighting the Sails
59 Productions takes the iconic building on a dramatic journey through time – from the birth of architecture and civilization through to the pinnacle of human and technological achievement.

Dawes Point – Intrude by Amanda Parer
Campbell Cove – Cellular Tessalation by Architectural Fabrication and Research Laboratory / Chris Knapp / Jonathan Nelson / Michael Parsons
MCA – Gamma World by Jess Johnson and Spinifex

Martin Place
Urban Tree Project by Nicholas Tory / Lucy Keeler / Martin Crouch / Julian Reinhold / Iain Greenhaigh
GPO and Cenotaph
Ice Lights

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