Series: Vivid 2022
Vivid Sydney is an annual festival that celebrated its 12th year in 2022, Vivid Sydney fuses art, innovation and technology and features a set of light installations scattered around the city.
Vivid returns to Sydney in 2022 after a hiatus of two years due to COVID-19 restrictions. Vivid Sydney will be on from Friday 27 May until Saturday 18 June, from 6pm – 11pm.
There are over 64 installations stretching from the Sydney Opera House across Circular Quay, the Rocks, Walsh Bay, Barangaroo and ending at Central Station. In addition there are a number of isolated installations at places such as Taronga Zoo and Carriageworks.
The following images were captured on opening night:
Vivid 2022 at Circular Quay
2022 will see both sides of Sydney Harbour Bridge emblazoned with hundreds of colour changing lights. In a ribbon of light, colours pulse from the northern end of the Sydney Harbour Bridge across its world-famous span, through The Rocks, around Circular Quay and onto the Sydney Opera House forecourt.
Vivid 2022: Ephemeral Oceanic
Ephemeral Oceanic is created by Atelier Sisu from Australia and feature a set of illuminated spheres floating on Walsh Bay between Piers 1 and 2/3.
Vivid 2022: Celestial
Celestial is created by Studio John Fish from Australia. It resembles a planet with rings around it.
Vivid 2022: Chronoharp
Chronoharp is created by Amigo & Amigo in collaboration with Otis Studios from Australia.
Vivid 2022: A Mirrored City
A Mirrored City is created by WITCH+GHOST from Australia and feature a set of illuminated sculptures depicting various aspects of Sydney.
Vivid 2022: Bump in the Night
Bump in the Night is created by James Dive from Australia and feature a peaceful campsite, or is it?
Vivid 2022: Resonance
Resonance is created by Studio John Fish from Australia and feature an array of convex mirrors.
Vivid 2022: Wild Lights
Wild Lights features a set of light installations and projection at Taronga Zoo.
Vivid 2022: contact
Internationally celebrated light artist Sam Whiteside will take over the entrance of Carriageworks with his immersive lighting installation titled ‘contact’.