Do you want to be in your most happiest mood when you go to Vivid Sydney. If you do, then Harmony Valley will be the best light sculpture you have to see. Harmony Valley is one of Vivid Sydney light installation that will give you a chance to see Japanese “kawaii” culture where you see high contrasting, colorful imagery that will provoke the feeling of gladness. It will surely take the stress out of your body and elevate your mood into a positive one. After you plan on which Vivid Sydney accommodation packages that you want to take, consider which attractions you may want to go to first.
Visit Vivid Sydney today. There’s a lot of free installations you can go to and enjoy creating memories together with your family or a special someone.
Do you want to be happy? Vivid Sydney this year has included an installation in the form of colorful castles as the best place to see Vivid. When you are inside the light installation, you are greeted with harmony, joy and happiness. Created to make you happy, Harmony Valley is a place you don’t want to overlook.
What dates is this on? May 25 – June 16
What time does this Vivid event start? 6PM-11PM
Where can this be found? Mrs Macquaries Rd, Sydney NSW 2000
How much are the tickets for this Vivid installation? Free
Unplugged: Golsana Heshmati (Iran) / Maria Dautant (Venezuela)
Jeremy Sparks (Australia) / Morgan Sheehy (Ireland) / Michael Sheehy (Ireland) / Gabriel Alvarez (Venezuela)
He’e nalu is inspired by the art of surfing and delivers to all who experience it, the joyous sensation of riding a wave. The name of this mesmeric artwork derives from the Hawaiian word for the revered art of surfing, he’e nalu, which in English translates evocatively as ‘wave sliding’.
The installation is formed by two walls of light-filled columns that create a passageway washed in changing shades of blue and orange, reflecting the colours of the ocean at different times of the day. Coastal sounds are bounced from wall to wall, creating the enclosed sense of a wave tunnel.
As visitors move through the passageway they progress along a wave of light and sound, at times it seems to travel towards them — at others it rolls away.
This artwork reminds us that waves, both visible and invisible, are everywhere in nature.