Lumiere London – Light festival in the heart of a city

It was bitterly cold evening but excitement about Lumiere festival in London kept us warm. I saw various amazing pictures of Lumiere, I was keen to take photos of artifacts.

We had a plan for a fairly long walk starting from Kings cross and walk to Warren street. From Warren street to Trafalger Square via Tottenham Court Road, Oxford Circus, Regents Street, Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square.

We took a Victoria line and get off at Kings Cross. We could sense why station was so crowded, majority of the crowd were heading to enjoy Lumiere. There were many volunteers handing over leaflets of maps and information. The navigation was not difficult at all, we only had to follow the crowd.
Just outside the station, there was wired dome.

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IFO (Identified Flying Object) by Jacques Rival

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Dresses by Tae gon KIM

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Litre of Light by Mick Stephenson, Central Saint Martins, UAL, MyShelter Foundation

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Spectra-3 by FIELD.io

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Eléphantastic!

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Luminéoles by Porté par le vent

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Garden of Light by TILT

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Plastic Islands by Luzinterruptus

Journey ended at with the plastic bottles on Trafalgar square fountains.

 

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