Light Drawings Meet Baroque Architecture at Blenheim Palace

Blenheim Palace

Blenheim Palace is the seat of the Dukes of Marlborough. The national monument, one of England’s largest country houses, was built between 1705 and 1722 in the rare, and short-lived, English Baroque style. Blenheim Palace is notable as…

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Exhibition at the LWL Prussian Museum Minden

The special exhibition “Jewish? Prussian? Or what? Relations and Interweavements in the 18th and 19th Centuries” at the Prussian Museum in Minden is a contribution by the Landschaftsverband Westfalen-Lippe (LWL) to the nationwide theme year “1700 Years of Jewish…

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The Bochum Observatory As A Shining Landmark

The Bochum Observatory and its Institute for Environmental and Future Research are concerned with the exploration of the Earth using space technology. It is also an Education Centre with activities in the fields of sustainability, climate change and sky…

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The History of Styria, Illustrated With Light

‘SHOWING STYRIA’ presents today’s state in the middle of Austria from many perspectives, as part of Europe and the world. The exhibitions take place in various locations: in the History Museum, the Folklore Museum, the Kunsthaus Graz and in…

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Kochs City Hotel lights up

Kochs City Hotel consists of three historic houses in the centre of Olpe. The central house at Bruchstraße No. 16 was initially a family residence at the beginning of the 20th century, before it later temporarily housed the tax…

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Creative Exhibition Design

The Deutsches Bergbau-Museum Bochum (DBM), founded in 1930, preserves, researches and communicates the material heritage of mining. It is the largest mining museum in the world and, with around 365,700 visitors per year (2012), one of the most visited museums…

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Streaks of Light by Judith Albert

The artist Judith Albert developed the work Streiflichter (streaks of light) for the new building of the XUND, an educational centre for health in Lucerne, Switzerland. Streiflichter consists of 12 drawings that appear as traces of light in the…

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Light Art for Niceshops

Niceshops GmbH is a very successful Austrian developer of online shops in 12 European languages and various product segments. Annually, more than 960,000 parcels are handled via the company’s own warehouse in Feldbach and distributed throughout Europe. In addition…

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Shining Christmas Message

The Protestant St Paul’s Church in Gelsenkirchen-Resse was consecrated in 1916 after the parish had grown considerably due to the expansion of coal mining on the northern edge of the Ruhr area. Today, St Paul’s Church belongs to the…

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Enchanted Gardens

Anyone interested in light art throughout Europe will soon notice Detlef Hartung and Georg Trenz. The artist duo with geographical roots in Cologne and Munich has been staging light projections in public spaces since 1996. Language plays a major…

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