Vivid Sydney brings light and technology to the Australian city in a grand celebration. Here’s more from Vivid Sydney:
Vivid Sydney is an annual celebration of creativity, innovation and technology, which transforms Sydney for 23 days and nights. In 2022, for its 12th year, Vivid Sydney fused art, innovation and technology in collaboration with some of the most boundary-pushing artists, thinkers and musicians of our time.
Vivid Light illuminates the city and its urban landscape in unexpected ways. In 2022, Vivid Sydney boasted the longest continuous light walk ever, running uninterrupted from Sydney Opera House to Central Station. Glowing light art and vibrant 3D projections transformed the city’s iconic architecture and lesser known-spaces including Sydney’s CBD, Circular Quay, The Rocks, Walsh Bay, Barangaroo, Darling Harbour, Darling Square, Darling Quarter, The Goods Line and Central Station.
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