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Illuminarealities by University of Kent

Feeding from the stories and messages from Charles Dickens' literature, Illuminarealities aims to combine light and architecture, creating a fusion of the two. Animating architecture with the history, culture and art of Rochester as part of Medway Light Nights, students explore this most public of augmented realities in three ways: creating passive, physical and metaphysical interactions.

Illuminarealities is an art installation by University of Kent students

Illuminarealities by University of Kent 

Date and time: Friday, 11 and Saturday, 12 February, 6-9pm 

Location: Six Poor Travellers' House and in front of Rochester Cathedral 

Architectural Visualisation students from the School of Architecture and Planning at The University of Kent in Canterbury have created Illuminarealities, an art installation divided into two parts: one on the Six Poor Travellers' House, and one at the front of Rochester Cathedral.

Feeding from the stories and messages from Charles Dickens' literature, Illuminarealities aims to combine light and architecture, creating a fusion of the two. Animating architecture with the history, culture and art of Rochester, students explore this most public of augmented realities in three ways: creating passive, physical and metaphysical interactions. 

 

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Medway Light Nights is produced by Emergency Exit Arts in partnership with Medway Council. This event has been sponsored by Arts Council England, The Welcome Back Fund, Leigh Academy Trust, and Kent University.  

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