Field of Light, Australia – British artist Bruce Munro has covered an Australian desert with over 50,000 light bulbs.
Field of Light, Australia – The color-changing installation is entirely solar powered.
iLight Marina Bay, Singapore – The Singapore skyline is taken over by light installations as part of the city's annual iLight Marina Bay festival.
iLight Marina Bay, Singapore – This festival features 25 artworks in total.
iLight Marina Bay, Singapore – This piece by Chinese artists Feng Jiacheng and Huang Yuanbei is responsive to its environment. The artwork brightens when the surrounding air quality is good, and dims when it is not.
Lunar Lantern Festival, Taiwan – The Taiwan Lantern Festival has been held every year since 1989.
Lunar Lantern Festival, Taiwan – It is celebrated as part of lunar new year.
Auckland Lantern Festival, New Zealand – The Auckland Lantern Festival is currently in its 17th year, and attracts thousands of spectators.
Auckland Lantern Festival, New Zealand – The four day festival is timed to celebrate the Chinese New Year.
Lumiere London, England – A four-day light festival kicked off in the English capital on January 2016, and features the work of 30 global artists. One highlight is the "1.8 London" structure by American artist Janet Echelman, which is constructed using fishing nets and suspended above Oxford Circus.
Lumiere London, England – The Les Voyageurs (The Travellers) series by Parisian artist Cedric Le Borgne sees human figures float silently in mid-air or perched on the edges of buildings.
Lumiere London, England – These figures were around the St. James area of London's West End.
GLOW Eindhoven, Netherlands – Currently in its 10th year, the GLOW Eindhoven festival is an exhibition of art made with light.
GLOW Eindhoven, Netherlands – It is conducted in the City of Eindhoven in the Netherlands. There were 730,000 people in attendance at GLOW Eindhoven in the last year.
GLOW Eindhoven, Netherlands – One of the highlights of GLOW Eindhoven is the Luminarie de Cagna, created by a family of artists. The team behind it is led by Italian artist Cesario De Cagna and his three sons.
Kobe Luminarie, Japan – Kobe Luminarie is an annual lighting festival held in Kobe, Japan.
Kobe Luminarie, Japan – The first Kobe Luminarie was conducted in December 1995. It was organized to commemorate the Great Hanshin earthquake that had occurred earlier that year.
Kobe Luminarie, Japan – The festival, which illuminates a local shopping mall with 200,000 colorful bulbs, runs for 12 days. This year, 3.25 million people were in attendance.
Amsterdam Light Festival, Amsterdam – Amsterdam Light Festival is an annual light and arts festival.
Amsterdam Light Festival, Amsterdam – The festival features light installations that have been created in collaboration with international artists.
Amsterdam Light Festival, Amsterdam – Visitors can view the work through two routes: a walking tour and via boat.
Amsterdam Light Festival, Amsterdam – The boat tour (referred to as the "Water Colors" option) is a 75-minute boat trip which features an up-close look at the installations suspended over the canals.
SIGNAL festival, Prague – SIGNAL festival is a festival of light that takes place annually in Prague, featuring installations and collaborations with international artists.
SIGNAL Festival, Prague – One festival highlight is The Pool: an interactive installation by American artist Jen Lewin. The Pool allows visitors to walk on top of light installations placed on the floors.
SIGNAL Festival, Prague – Evoluce, another highlight, is a light installation that is projected onto different surfaces. Evoluce is part of a larger series of light projections, known as Evolució, and for the SIGNAL festival installation it is projected onto the Santa Ludmila Church.
SIGNAL Festival, Prague – The Evoluce artwork is the brainchild of Onionlab, a multidisciplinary studio based in Barcelona. The projected display is created using 3D projection mapping techniques.
Lights in Alingsås, Sweden – Currently in its 15th year running, the Lights in Alingsas is located in the town of Alingsas in Sweden.
Lights in Alingsås, Sweden – The annual festival began when a group of architecture students were experimenting with different light installations.
Lights in Alingsås, Sweden – Since then it has grown every year, and now has an attendance record of 80,000 visitors.
Lux Helsinki, Finland – The Lux Helsinki lighting festival will be conducted in January 2016. It has been running for eight years.
Lux Helsinki, Finland – The festival is conducted during the darkest time of year and will feature 16 installations in total.
Lux Helsinki, Finland – The festival features art installations from local artists as well as artists from from Finland, France, Belgium and Canada.