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ReLight Regensburg

International Light Art Festival

From March 14 to 24, 2024, Regensburg will become a luminous meeting place. The RE.LIGHT International Light Art Festival will turn Regensburg into a canvas for international light art for the first time. Discover the colorful works of light art by 15 national and international light artists on a tour through Regensburg's city center. Impressive light projections, interactive light installations and immersive light and video shows illuminate buildings and interiors at 13 locations and let them shine in a new light.

With the support of the organisers of the Water Light Festival Brixen, Brixen's partner city Regensburg has put together a light festival for the first time, which will not only feature some of the artists from previous editions in Brixen, but will also have a joint production manager.

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Copenhagen Light Festival


Copenhagen Light Festival is an annual light festival that transforms the quiet and cold winter darkness into a unique celebration of light art, lighting design and illumination in the center of Copenhagen.  In three weeks of February the festival presents a wide range of light based works – such as sculpture, installation, projection mapping, event and illumination created by both established and upcoming light artists, lighting designers, students and organizations. 

The installation "The Right to Choose" by South Tyrolean artist Petra Polli, which was exhibited for the first time at the Water Light Festival Brixen, will also be part of the Copenhagen Light Festival this year,

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Luci d'Artista Torino


As part of the 2024 edition, the Water Light Festival Brixen will be exhibiting an installation from the 2023/24 "Luci d'Artista Torino" exhibition entitled Migrazione (Climate Change) by Piero Gilardi.

The installation Migrazione (Climate Change) consists of twelve silhouettes of pelicans that light up and go out one after the other according to an algorithm developed by Piero Gilardi together with the video maker Heinrich Vogel, alternating blue, purple, red and yellow colours reminiscent of the sunset. As the title suggests, the swarm flies in search of more favourable climatic conditions.

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