Working in partnership with promoters Raymond Gubbay Ltd, a division of Sony Music, we are expanding our portfolio of illuminated trails overseas. In 2023 our Lightscape trails will return to the USA and Australia.
In 2023 we will open six new LIGHTSCAPE trails in the USA.
San Diego Botanic Garden (17 Nov - 1 Jan 2024)
In 2023 we created four new LIGHTSCAPE trails in Australia which ran from May until October.
ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA
Lightscape returned in 2023 to the Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne for the winter holiday season. The trail included immersive experiences, artistic installations by local and international artists, and a number of large-scale installations including a Sea of Light, luminous walkways, sparkling trees, shining pavilions, floating lights on the lake, glowing archways, and more. The installations created a 1.5km route through Melbourne Gardens. Initially scheduled to debut in 2020 but delayed due to COVID-19, Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne was the first garden in Australia to host Lightscape, created in partnership with Sony Music Entertainment.
KINGS PARK AND BOTANIC GARDEN PERTH, AUSTRALIA
Lightscape came to the City of Perth in 2023, bringing light, colour and sound to the beautiful gardens of Kings Park. Visitors began their journey beneath tree canopies illuminated in colour, walked under larger-than-life flowers and into dynamic, glowing tunnels. Enjoying breathtaking lighting treatments created by the best local and international artists.
THE ROYAL BOTANIC GARDEN, SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA
Lightscape transformed The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney this year as part of the VIVID light festival. Lightscape was a 2.1km journey through a spellbinding and multi-sensory world where visitors strolled beneath towering tree canopies illuminated in mesmerising colour, were awestruck by larger-than-life flowers and travelled through gorgeous glowing tunnels.
BRISBANE BOTANIC GARDEN, AUSTRALIA
Lightscape transformed the Botanic Gardens in Brisbane with an edition of Lightscape as part of Brisbane festival. Highlights included work by First Nations artists and new work by ITHACA studio - the Palm Tree Circle Show.