Lumiere London is back for its second edition, even bigger and brighter than before. With more than 50 site-specific interventions, the festival will be giving the architecture of the city a new look, with the help of notorious creatives like Spanish visual artist Daniel Canogar, whose piece Asalto will be on display on the façade of the iconic Westminster City Hall.
Pablo Valbuena will present Methods, a new work that will transform the interior and exterior of Durham’s iconic cathedral. Methods is inspired by the 17th century art of change ringing, the form of ringing bells in a series of numerical sequences which creates striking tonal effects.
After the London Spanish Film Festival last September, the Spring Weekend is presented to London audiences. The event will take place from 21 to 23 April at the Lumière Cinema.