The Light Festival has returned to Battersea Power Station

A light festival with six installations has returned to Battersea Power Station.

Following a successful first year in 2020, the Light Festival at Battersea Power Station will be brightening up the dark winter evenings until February 27.

Two of the festival’s installations, Antenna Sud by Italian lighting designer Michela Bonzi, and Picto Sender Machine by Felipe Prado will be making their UK debut at Battersea Power Station, alongside Angelo Bonello’s Run Beyond which will be on display for the very first time in London.

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Carlin Fier, Head of Brand at Battersea Power Station Development Company said:

“We’re thrilled to be bringing the Light Festival back to Battersea Power Station after such a successful first year, especially as we now have more outdoor space to host these spectacular installations following the opening of further public realm in front of the Power Station.

“Establishing a new cultural district for London that generates a sense of community has always been important to us and our shareholders while regenerating this iconic site.

“This will continue to be a key focus for our events programme in 2022, the most exciting year yet for the project, as we prepare to open the Power Station’s doors to the public in late summer.”

Main Picture: Picto Sender Machine by Felipe Prado - Copyright Bart Heemskerk




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