It's clear that Mother Nature has called us out these past few months. With the outbreak of the coronavirus our society has come to a complete standstill and we cannot help to stop and reflect on life around us. How could this have happened? How do we deal with nature, with animals, with plants? What can, or must be done differently? The relationship between humans and nature is on edge, and it's time to take a closer look with Edition #9: 'When Nature Calls'.
The festival is realized together with social partners, scientists, primary school students, residents, and artists. All together we introduce a new experience: this year you will discover the light artworks with the new Light Walk.
You're going to explore the eastern part of the city centre. Through WhatsApp creative director and theatrical producer Lucas De Man will send you videos, photos and voice messages, taking you on a journey of light art, nature and the city. The Light Walk is interactive, meaning that as a visitor you can influence the story. Would you like to dive more into the topic of light art? Send Lucas a message and he will make it happen! More interested in history? Lucas tells you about your surroundings and their history. In this way you discover that nature not only wants to warn us, but she also has a lot of beautiful possiblities and solutions to offer.
LUCAS WILL TELL YOU MORE ABOUT THE LIGHT WALK:
The Light Walk will take place in the open air and will be completely corona-proof. It's the perfect reason to get out of the house this winter and do something fun together!
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