An imaginary garden blooms of the facade of the Zandberg in an installation by Claudia Reh of Echtzeitlicht.
A closer view.
Theoriz Studio creates a show depicting famous citizens of Ghent.
More from Theoriz.
A beautiful facade.
Here, the installation of 'Cloud,' an interactive light sculpture fashioned from 6,000 old light bulbs by Caitlin R.C. Brown and Wayne Garrett.
Another view of 'Cloud.'
Collectif Coin presents Globoscope, light-emitting globes accompanied by sound.
Globoscope as night falls.
Ralf Westerhof presents 'Drawn in Light.'
Amanda Parer's 'Intrude'--this rabbit looks tame but its gigantic size underscores its destructive impact on the environment.
The festival also offered dramatic lighting for living spaces.
Got Light co-owner and lead designer Jon Retsky visits the Ghent Light Festival 2015 to enjoy four days of spectacular light sculptures and installations. Photos by Got Light.
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