Welcome to the 2015 edition of igNIGHT! The temporary public art exhibition that aims to encourage public art initiatives in ways that engage the interest and imagination of the general public. This exhibition aspires to collaborate with the local arts community to produce an annual event unique to Wood Buffalo using illuminated public art pieces.
Book the igNIGHT Tour Bus
Celebrate igNIGHT in style with our exclusive art illuminated bus tour offered every night! Join us on Whoosh Transit as it whisks you away on a journey of light, art and play. Book the "performing arts" tour offered October 23 & 30 for an amplified experience infusing public art with local live performance.
Reserve your seat on the igNIGHT Tour Bus online:
What to Expect This Year
Six installations throughout the urban service area will light up the night this fall! See them all by joining the free tour that begins at 8 p.m. every evening from Oct. 23 to Nov. 1, 2015. Special performances will be held on Oct. 23 and 30.
Rage, Rage Against the Dying of the Light, by Sarah Beck
Contemplate the inevitability of change while viewing this time-based piece; it is likely be different each time it is experienced.
The Pool, by Jen Lewin
Play and create swirling effects of light and colour – imagine a giant canvas where you can splash in the light with others as you jump, bounce and move.
As We Are Here, by Jeremy Tsang
Location:Main Bus Terminal (Franklin Avenue and Main Street)
Contemplate your relationship to the land as the colours and reflections continuously transform.
Tri-Monic, by Stefan Verstappen
Location:MacDonald Island Park
Sing or play the correct musical notes and watch as the installation responds by playing the harmony and providing a synchronized light display.
Untitled, by Kasie Campbell and Keyano College Art and Design students
Location:Doug McRae Park, Keyano College
Watch as the notorious raven is brought to life through a myriad of materials and lighting.
Sail in your imagination with this exciting combination of light, kinetic sculpture and sound as they combine to celebrate connectedness, nomadic tendencies and exploration.