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This is Vivid! Sydney

Last year I missed Vivid Sydney event, I was on the other side of the planet happily travelling. Oh yeah I’m back home in Sydney! This year’s Vivid Sydney 2012 light show stretches from huge 3D mapped projections on Sydney Opera House, Customs House and Museum of Contemporary Art Australia to interactive light art sculptures all the way around to Dawes Point and continues in Walsh Bay. Since 2009 Vivid Sydney light sculptures and art show became a huge thing in Sydney, Australia and internationally. I went for a stroll there at the opening night and wasn’t the only ones. This international art show definitely has become a trendy gallery.

 

 

Sydney Opera House | huge 3D mapped projections lit by German light art design company

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Museum of Contemporary Art Australia | complete with light art installations, motion and interactive collaboration

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Customs House | is lit with animated sequences

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Light Sculptures | visitors move around various light art sculputures

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Eat Art Truck | A mobile food truck differed in their artistic creativity

 

 

 

Sydney Harbour Bridge at night

 
Have you seen the Sydney Opera House lightshow this year? Watch the video til the end..it’s amazingly well-crafted!!! URBANSCREEN Light Sydney Opera House

 

A stroll in a local Marrakech

      A local bread trader selling freshly baked breads

Marrakech has the largest traditional market (souk) in Morocco. There are different entrances to get into the Djemaa el Fn Square. You could easily get lost in this maze. A stroll in the narrow streets, I walked away from the touristy square and main souks (about 20 minutes walk away).. I love to see how local people lives, to feel their daily lives. Today, this square and the surrounding souks are still the places where local people came to meet, and shop.

To be continued..

Sunset in Jaipur


 

Urban Feel

Jaipur Rajasthan, ‘The Pink City’, is another urban feel city after Delhi and Mumbai, its diesel-soaked streets, crazy traffic, very smoky from pollution…Everything in India can seem like a challenge. The stress is a challenge. Walking the streets is a challenge.

Well perhaps on first glance, yes they are, but take another look and instead view them as Urban Art.  Overall it was an unreal, awesome travel experience.

 

 

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