A large-scale kinetic light art installation

VEKTOR is the latest audiovisual installation by Christopher Bauder at Kraftwerk Berlin. In his most personal work to date, Bauder fuses kinetic light from 50 moving lasers with a self-composed three-dimensional soundscape to create a synaesthetic work of art. Moments and memories from his life are processed into an abstract light art experience. Visitors are submerged in a wondrously fascinating sound and imagescape. VEKTOR is a monumental installation in this unique industrial cathedral. → Read more

Lyonel Feininger

Crystalline pictorial worlds

Lyonel Feininger’s pictorial worlds unfold a crystalline glow. His seascapes, at first, show traditional green-blue waves. Later, a system of lines appears, which finally merge into the superimposed facets as a reflection of light. → Read more

Light_poesis > Mischa Kuball

The quiet magic of nature

With Light_poesis, Mischa Kuball (*1959, Düsseldorf/DE) breaks through the boundaries of presumably habitual dimensions. The light and mirror installation connects the inside with the outside, combines the light of day and night with the artificial light of the installation and nature makes a brilliant entrance into the exhibition space.
New visual axes and reflections open up immaterial connecting lines, reflections and cross-connections through the glass panes,
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LIT Lighting Design Awards stages your moment in the spotlight! 
“The LIT Design Awards™ was created to recognize the efforts of talented international lighting product designers and lighting implementers. We believe that lighting is both an art and a science, and it is one of the most important elements of design.”
Picture this: your design on the grand stage of international recognition, your name in the lighting history.

» Start the submission process here
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LUCI Association

Bringing life to public spaces with Light Art

As the grand finale of the EU-funded Light Art in Public Spaces (LAiPS) project, LUCI Association together with the cities of Lyon, Oulu and Turin are organizing the international conference “Bringing life to public spaces with Light Art” in Turin, Italy on 2-3 November 2023.

Registrations are now open – Free Participation

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An event project on sustainability

Questions about (im)possibilities

The programme offers a forum to ask open questions, to discuss possibilities and impossibilities, to let opposites stand side by side if necessary. Thematically, the spectrum ranges from questions about the aware use of resources to openness to diversity. How are our individual behaviour patterns connected to what is happening on a regional and global level? What role does our consumer behaviour play?  → Read more


Weaving the Light

Every year, the Frederiksberg Museums commission an artist to create a site-specific work for the Cistern in Copenhagen. The 4,400 m² water reservoir offers a cave-like ambience: The humidity is almost 100%, daylight never invades, echoes only fade after 17 seconds and the temperature varies between 4 and 16 degrees. → Read more

Ann Veronica Janssens

Grand Bal

Retrospective >> Ann Veronica Janssens. In her 40-year career, Janssens has worked primarily with light, but has also explored the sensory and performative nature of space and architecture. She examines the limits of human perception and psyche, as well as the aleatory associations of natural phenomena down to their minimal scale. → Read more


Stained Glass > Joep Nicolas + Liberna Collection

The Draiflessen Collection presents a joint exhibition on the art of stained glass, spanning the Middle Ages, the Baroque period and the 20th century. The exhibition shows that stained glass has a long tradition. It highlights the iconographic and technical features of this genre of art and offers insights into the background of the history of its development. → Read more

25th European Lighting Congress in Salzburg

FILD is official partner of LICHT2023

FILD, the federation of the International Association of Lighting Designers, is a partner of the 25th joint conference of the lighting technology societies of Austria, Germany, the Netherlands and Switzerland, as is LUXLUMINA. The future of lighting design will be discussed and awareness raised of the fact that new technologies do not simply replace devices, but create beneficial lighting spaces. → Read more