Be immersed in Scienceworks latest temporary exhibition LightTime, which explores the different phenomena of light, optics, sound, movement and perspective through the display of eleven art installations.

Adults and kids alike will be mesmerised by these stunning works!

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LightTime includes an infinity room that will challenge your sense of space  by Kit Webster….

….floral arrangements that open and shut with moving colours and light inside by Skunk Control….

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…double-handed drawing with light by Eiichi Tosaki and Steve Stelios Adam

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…there’s even one that explores how our senses cause motion sickness by (((20hz)))!

LightTime is a chance to engage with art and science in a different way – take some time out to appreciate each work slowly and carefully to engage your senses. While you’re there check out the interactive Laser Maze and Forest in the Pumping Station created by Monster Studio. I got a sneak peek while they were installing the works and I can assure you it’s amazing!

Join the LightTime facebook event to stay up to date with special programming, artist news and behind the scenes content.

HOT Tips:

  • The exhibition is displayed in dim light, with some smoke, strobe and lighting effects that may not be suitable for very young children;
  • pram-friendly as each display is set out in a separate space; and
  • For adult adventurers, there will be NightLight an after hours event at LightTime on Friday 18 August.

LightTime at Scienceworks, 2 Booker St, Spotswood

$5 plus museum entry

From 1 July 2017 10am-4:30pm


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