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International Light Festival 2017 Illuminates Jerusalem

International Light Festival in Jerusalem 2017. (Photo: ASHERNET)

Jerusalem hosts the largest international light art festival this summer with interactive displays.

For the first time in the festival’s history, children and adults will be able to alter the appearance of many installations.

For example, hopping over pools of light at Jen Levin’s “The Pool” installation will affect the exhibit’s colors and appearance.

The “HeartBeat” installation by GNI Projects in the UK encourages visitors to complete a circuit of love or friendship by joining hands in front of the sculpture to reveal a pulsing symbol of a heart. Once the connection is lost, the heart breaks into fragments again.

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