The number of light sculptures on show which have been dreamt up by British artist Bruce Munro. His pieces are complemented by works from six Darwin artists, all of which are connected by a self-guided path to create a 2.5km art trail through the city’s CBD.
The number of stacked PET bottles that make up each of Munro’s Water-Towers. Each tower is illuminated by optic fibres and emanates music, creating a mesmerising medley of light and sound.
The amount delivered by the Northern Territory Government for its Turbocharging Tourism stimulus package, which the exhibition is a part of. It aims to attract more visitors to the Top End through improved tourism infrastructure, enhanced cultural offerings and more.
Follow the light
Three other light exhibitions and installations around the network
The total number of illuminated orbs that make up Wave (through 11 January 2020), a light installation by art collective Squidsoup at London’s Eccleston Yard.
The number of artists participating in the Amsterdam Light Festival (through 19 January 2020), which centres on the theme of “Disrupt!” this year.
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This number of LED lights illuminating Nabana no Sato flower park in the Japanese prefecture of Mie, near Nagoya, as part of its annual light festival (through 4 May 2020).
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