Walking through Circular Quay during Vivid I couldn’t help feeling like a child. The combination of winter cold, late hour, water, lights and crowds of people made my senses come alive. There were so many things to see, familiar, yet new, I felt like I couldn’t open my eyes wide enough to take it all in. Some of the interactive installations were a giant game of Tic Tac Toe, a light that opens when you speak to it, a multicoloured cube on a spinning wheel and Xbox Kinect projected onto the Museum of Contemporary Art. Each installation made the night come alive, they were waiting in the dark to be discovered and enjoyed, transforming Circular Quay into a playground for young and old.
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