Luxmuralis presents – Shine: Let There Be Light!
Luxmuralis comes to Canterbury Cathedral for the first time, bringing together three of their most popular light and sound shows. Visitors are invited to journey through immersive sound and light installations in different areas of the sacred space to explore life on Earth, the wonders of Space and the discoveries of Science.
Highlighting the architectural features of the majestic Cathedral, the works have been digitally and artistically created by artistic collaboration Luxmuralis, with soundscapes composed by David Harper and projections created by Sculptor Peter Walker.
The artworks enable contemplation on our human existence, the creation of our planet and our human impact upon it – reflecting ecology and the beauty of the world around us. The sounds and textures of humanity, extinction and time are portrayed, and the contributions of science in understanding the physical world around us.
This is a unique experience not to be missed.
The tour is expected to take 45 minutes and requires walking and navigating steps in limited light. Not suitable for those sensitive to flashing or loud music. The route is not suitable for children in buggies – buggy parking will be available. For all ages.
Because access to all areas of the Cathedral may be limited for those with mobility or other special requirements, a limited tour (Nave only) will be available on Thursday 3 November from 17.00 at the reduced price of £6.