Antonin Fourneau: Waterlight Graffiti
Use water to create glowing graffiti in the Treasury Gardens.
Created by French artist, designer and master of audience interaction Antonin Fourneau, this Treasury Gardens experience is one for the creatives, young and old. The enchanting Waterlight Graffiti features a wall made up of thousands of LED lights, which illuminate when touched by water and revert to darkness once dry.
White Night punters of all ages are invited to experience the mystical sensation of using water to draw light — scrawl a glowing message to that special someone, or have some fun with environmentally friendly graffiti. It's said that the lights shine brighter the more water is thrown on them, so pack a poncho and some gumboots and get ready to make a big of a splash.
Hot tip? Rainy nights make for some pretty spectacular Waterlight Graffiti fireworks — we suggest keeping an eye on the weather forecast.
Waterlight Graffiti is open Thursday–Friday 7pm–midnight and Saturday 7pm–2am.
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Saturday, June 12 - Sunday, October 17