As part of Eurovision, Luke Jerram has brought their ‘Floating Earth’ installation to the Royal Albert Dock in Liverpool. I’ve previously seen their Gaia installation at Bluedot Festival and in the Anglican Cathedral. This is different in that the model of the Earth, made up from open source NASA imagery, is floating in the dock.
As part of 2022’s ‘River of Light’ festival that took place in Liverpool, artist Camille Walala created a stunning installation at the Royal Albert Dock outside the Martin Luther King Building. I personally hoped for a rainy day to capture the reflections in the streets to add to the cityscape-esque scene. Outlined in vibrant primary
The ‘River of Light’ event in Merseyside was a celebration of the river from Liverpool to New Brighton with a series of light installations and fireworks. I thought it might be nice to not only show the work but also highlight the river itself as a river of light.
A new festival up in Kendal. I cover so many events and I’m usually rushed off my feet trying to Pokémon it all. This was a festival just as jam packed as any but somehow super chilled out. Maybe it was because it was spread over a few days and we glampped over. Is that
Liverpool Light Night returns! Once again the team puts on an epic show of music, art, culture, dance, and well everything we’re good at. It’s all packed into one night that can’t be contained. Dance spills out onto the streets. Music bounces from cathedral to cathedral. Honestly its just amazing to see the city light up
After photographing the final Moment When event at Tatton Park we visited the Biennial there. I’ve never been and was pleasantly surprised by the art and the location. It’s such a lovely place to walk around and discover the artwork hidden amongst the trees.
This is a close up of Turning the place over. Here you can see the radiators are still attached to the wall. Its quite surreal. You don’t expect buildings to do that. They stand still, they don’t move around. Its like something from Transformers.
This is called “Turning the place over.” Its great. Liverpool needs more things like this. Completely random bits of art that make you go “eh?” Sure passers by had no idea what it was for or why they did it but everyone stopped and looked. I think thats the important bit with art. It makes