The 8th edition of Amsterdam Light Festival

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The 8th edition of Amsterdam Light Festival

cover-image: Amsterdam Light Festival; Masamichi Shimada, BUTTERFLY EFFECT

This winter, a new itinerary with light artworks, unique stories about the city, and collaborations with prominent Amsterdam cultural institutions enrich the eastern part of the city center.
From 650 entries, twenty established and up-and-coming artists from 16 countries have been selected to shake-up Amsterdam with the theme DISRUPT!

The participating artists have interpreted the theme in many different ways. Some installations act as completely new interventions in the streetscape, while other artists transform the existing architecture in the city and allow visitors to look at the city from a different perspective.
Here is the list of the artists involved in the 8th Amsterdam Light festival:
Alicia Eggert, 72andSunny Creative Collective, Laila Azra, Tom Biddulph & Barbara Ryan, Har Hollands, Ben Zamora, Utskottet, Maria Watjer, Wies Brand & Jasmijn Pielkenrood, UxU Studio, Lucy McDonnell (Studio Vertigo), Karolina Katarzyna Howorko, Gabriel Lester, Krijn de Koning, Martin Ersted, Lambert Kamps, Sergey Kim, Wilhelmusvlug, Masamichi Shimada, Republic of Amsterdam Radio & Nomad Tinker House, EON SLD.

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8th Amsterdam Light Festival; Alicia Eggert, ALL THE LIGHT YOU SEE

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8th Amsterdam Light Festival; Tom Biddulph & Barbara Ryan, SURFACE TENSION

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8th Amsterdam Light Festival; Gabriel Lester, NOBODY

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8th Amsterdam Light Festival; Sergey Kim, NEIGHBORHOOD

About Amsterdam Light Festival
Each year, co-created light artworks by (inter)national artists illuminate the city center of Amsterdam during the Amsterdam Light Festival.
The 8th edition of the festival takes place from 28 November 2019 to 19 January 2020.
During 53 days, the twenty light artworks can be admired daily from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. in the historic city center. All the works will be illuminated simultaneously throughout the festival period. It’s one exhibition that visitors can experience by boat, by bike and by foot along several routes.  info: www.amsterdamlightfestival.com

Images courtesy of Amsterdam Light Festival


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