Crowds explored Light Graffiti in King’s Cross, an interactive installation that invited audiences to use smartphone torches or any other source of light to paint onto their surroundings as part of the a free London Lumiere light festival.
This innovative installation used a USB camera, projector and computer to transform light sources into a paintbrush, allowing users to decorate the area as they wished.
Held over 4 days in January 2016 the event brought huge crowds into Londons centre. The work was produced by Floating Pictures are a Stockholm-based art production company. The whole festival was produced by Artichoke and supported by the Mayor of London, in 30 locations across some of the capital's most iconic areas.