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A celebration of light with huge installations, fire performances, and a parade of dogs in illuminated costumes hopes for the fight against loneliness and celebrate love.
The Festival is produced by the Norwich Business Improvement District (BID).Halo , the by interactive artist Michael David , features 12 sculptural towers of glowing rings, which bring to transform the creation of music, "the entire atmosphere of a room"
The Festival offers a range of international light artists who have projected to create a series of huge installations, and many of the historic buildings.Picto Facto, led a parade through the centre of Norwich, as part of The Festival designed to celebrate, "what distinguishes us and what is
connects" The Festival is in cooperation with the initiative, which aims to combat loneliness.
to hit in the night on Saturday is The Parade , "talkative volunteers" were waiting along the route of The Light trail, the conversation with the participants, in an effort to make all feel welcome and involved.
"If it works, wonderful. If it doesn't work, at least we tried it. I think that all cities and municipalities are struggling with social inclusion. "The Parade included the LumiDogs finale with light-based costumes for Norwich four-legged friends to The Festival parade culminated in the Forum in Norwich, where fireworks were released from the roof of The Building , in what is believed to be "the first" "What makes this different is the uniqueness of Norwich as a place,... a festival celebrating The City 's unique architecture," Rinsler said, The Festival parade culminated with a performance of fire street theatre, the French artists Bilbo basso with a "explosive satire on the Married Life " "It was such a wonderful team, on the theme of love and belonging... it was a group, a collective," said Rinsler
love-light-financed and funded by Arts Council England with the addition of local sponsors. The organizers hope that it will be a bi-annual event.
photography by Martin Barber and Shaun Whitmore
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