Last Wednesday I was pleased to visit the Lux Muralis sound and light installation at Winchester Cathedral. (It was there for a week; today is its last day.)
From Winchester Cathedral's website:
A spectacular show of light entitled 'Science', created and produced by Luxmuralis Artistic Collaboration.
Walk through the History of Science in the stunning interior of Winchester Cathedral. Almost every inch of the Cathedral bathed in light and full of beautiful original compositions.
The display will see the almost 1000-year-old building become the canvas for an exploration of the way in which scientists have shaped the past and will influence the future. This unforgettable multi-sensory experience transports visitors through elements, molecules, DNA, and the greatest discoveries of humanity, as we contemplate the wonders that make up the world around us.
The installation is the creation of the award-winning collaboration of artists known as Luxmuralis, a collaborative team of artists from different backgrounds and artistic disciplines who create works across multiple media and presentation formats. Core to their work is the opportunity to explore the development of fine art tradition through new media, placing the medium in an art historical context.
Timed ticket slots ensure no crowding, giving you room to move around and enjoy the experience. Once you have entered the event, you can walk around at your own pace and enjoy the experience in your own time. For the protection of others, we encourage you to a face-covering when the Cathedral is busy.
All pics taken with the Fujifilm X100V using the Provia/STD v2 film simulation, with minimal adjustments in Lightroom Classic (including noise reduction, resizing for the web, and watermarking).
Paul S. Jenkins
Paul is a writer, photographer, and erstwhile podcaster