Local and International Artists Produce 21 Light Installations For the Inaugural Toronto Light Festival (8 pics)




Images via Thane Lucas/Toronto Light Festival Set within a district of Victorian industrial buildings, the  Toronto Light Festival  is a free 45-day festival occurring during this year’s winter months as a way to creatively draw the city’s inhabitants out of their homes. Featuring 21 diverse light installations built by local and international artists and thousands of glowing bulbs, the festival covers a total of 13 acres in the city’s Distillery District . Installations range from a series of lit figures appearing to jump from the roof of one of the historic buildings to two red, geometric cats prowling an included alleyway, with several multi-colored works in-between. You can catch Toronto’s first ever light art festival until March 12, or follow the festival on Instagram to catch snapshots of the glowing installations.

Local and International Artists Produce 21 Light Installations For the Inaugural Toronto Light Festival

Local and International Artists Produce 21 Light Installations For the Inaugural Toronto Light Festival

Local and International Artists Produce 21 Light Installations For the Inaugural Toronto Light Festival

Local and International Artists Produce 21 Light Installations For the Inaugural Toronto Light Festival

Local and International Artists Produce 21 Light Installations For the Inaugural Toronto Light Festival

Local and International Artists Produce 21 Light Installations For the Inaugural Toronto Light Festival

Local and International Artists Produce 21 Light Installations For the Inaugural Toronto Light Festival

Local and International Artists Produce 21 Light Installations For the Inaugural Toronto Light Festival




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