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Inspired by our changing relationship to water, the risk we all face if immediate action is not taken to tackle global warming and rising sea levels, Dutch artist and innovator Daan Roosegaarde transforms Granary Square into an ethereal dream-like landscape.
Waterlicht underlines the power and poetry of water, enveloping viewers in a virtual flood whilst contemplating its potential for the future. Can we build floating cities? How much power can we generate from the movement of water? For a fully immersive experience the public are encouraged to use their mobile devices and headphones to tune into the accompanying soundtrack.
Listen to Daan Roosegaarde who will accompany you on a magical water journey by tuning into www.waterlichtradio.com.
Studio Roosegaarde (The Netherlands) is a social design lab founded by Dutch artist and innovator Daan Roosegaarde in 2007. The studio designs and engineers creations which connect people, technology and space to improve daily life in urban environments and spark imagination. Other notable Studio Roosegaarde works include Smog Free Project and Smart Highway. Roosegaarde has been selected by Forbes and Good 100 as a creative change maker and a Young Global Leader at the World Economic Forum.
Before or after seeing all the King’s Cross installations, catch an event at King’s Place, which hosts music, theatre, talks and more. Reward your endeavours with a meal at The Gilbert Scott, which harks back to the Golden Age with its elegant interiors, before finishing the night with post-dinner cocktails or punch at The Booking Office Bar.
The programme may be subject to change or cancellation due to circumstances beyond the event organiser's control.