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A Lumiere favourite that is now a permanent piece in the city, this witty installation turns clock-watching on its head.
Thousands of coloured lights will shine out into the night sky throughout the heart of Durham city centre.
Animation: Domenico SpanoSoundtrack: Laurent Frick Do whales swim upstream? What does a whale sound like?
Soundtrack by Ed Carter A beautiful projection that will transform Durham Castle to retell tales of local history, folklore and famous fables.
A large-scale projection that helps us imagine overcoming the obstacles in our lives.
Music by Jacopo Baboni SchilingiSoftware: Cyrille Henry and Antoinette Villeret. A monumental interactive projection bringing new light to the ribbed vault ceiling at Durham Cathedral.
Baptiste Molliard (Music) Julien Gremel (Light) Get up close to this enormous bank of light bulbs as they pulse, flash and beam across the city centre.
Veteran Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya was the first artist to use fog as a sculptural medium, using it for the transmission of light and shadow. Simon Corder has been working with light in the environment for thirty years. He returns to Lumiere to make this work with Fujiko Nakaya.
On a quiet residential street, a red brick terraced house comes alive with true stories from across the county.
Interactive computing assistant: Alain Chaix Peer inside one of 448 Kilner jars and you’re in for a surprise.