KEYFRAMES is the newest light show in town. This is nothing like the Virgin Money Street of Light. It has slightly discordant music accompanying stick men who appear to run around the square doing some acrobatics as they go.
The installation has been produced by Curated Place and French visual artists Groupe LAPS. This has been named a key event in the 2016 Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design.
It will be exhibited until 28 March 2016.
Light sculptures shine in sequence to an original musical composition to create the illusion of movement. The installation has been conceived to create an immersive experience, and you are invited to wander through St Andrew Square to experience the space from different angles and in a new light.
KEYFRAMES is brand new in Scotland, following a UK debut in Durham at the 2013 Lumiere Festival and has delighted thousands of people across the world from Singapore to Jerusalem, France, Spain and the Netherlands.
The exhibition is free to view and is funded by The City of Edinburgh Council and EventScotland with the support of Marketing Edinburgh and Essential Edinburgh.
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