Eight spectacular pieces of artwork, curated in partnership with Light Art Collection, will be on display both outdoors and inside the iconic Battersea Power Station in London.
Visitors can enjoy light installations from artists such as Atelier Haute Cuisine who have enlarged and illuminated an everyday object, a bath plug, to encourage people to consider the importance of clean water, society’s consumption and reducing how much water is wasted ‘going down the drain’. Another artist enlarging objects is UK based Studio Vertigo, using the nostalgic toy Slinky with the intention to see a city in a new playful way. Returning to the Power Station for the third year is the popular Eternal Sundown by Mads Vegas, using 140 energy-saving LED tubes to create a post-apocalyptic sunset along The Coaling Jetty with the iconic Battersea Power Station as a backdrop.
The following artworks from our collection can be seen during this inspiring festival:
Badstop - Atelier Haute Cuisine
Neighborhood - Sergey Kim
End over End - Studio Vertigo
My Light is Your Light - Alaa Minawi
Eternal Sundown - Mads Vegas
Strangers in the Light - Victor Engbers & Ina Smits
Moonburn - Stichting Barstow en Rotifers
The Light Festival at Battersea Power Station is taking place from Thursday 19 January until Sunday 5 March 2023.