Elephant Glow comes to Elephant Park

We
are thrilled to be hosting Elephant Glow in Elephant Park this week, a series
of interactive light installations designed by alumni from the London College
of Communications celebrating Elephant and Castle’s past, present and future. Your
presence and movements will activate the installations, which you can light up
in whatever colour you like.

The
unique light creations are open every day this week in the park from 4-8pm and
include 3 exhibitions from the alumni; ‘Many Hands’, ‘Proximity Glow’ and
‘Fibre Grass’. The exhibitions include projected images, inspiration from the
surrounding nature in the park, and interactive elements in which visitors can
tweet in #ElephantGlow to change the colour of the light in the park.

Below
are some pictures from the opening event last night, as well as some shots of
the designers themselves building their projects. Don’t miss out on visiting
this unique exhibition, register for free to visit this week here.

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Some
pre-event soldering by the LCC
designers

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Testing
the unique Fibre Grass installation before the opening of the event

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The
stunning interactive Fibre Grass installation in action

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Visitors
enjoying an interactive light installation

We would love to see your photos from
your visit, tweet @ElephantParkLDN with your light up creations and enjoy the
show! If you’re heading to the event on Thursday, don’t miss Elephant Glow
Social from 6pm – 8pm at Lost Rivers, where you’ll get the chance to
meet the team behind the installation and stop for a drink at the Terrace Bar.