The Chinese Gardens at Darling Harbour plays host to Power Plant, the amazing collaboration of UK artists: Mark Anderson, Anne Bean, Jony Easterby, Kirsten Reynolds and Ulf Pedersen.
Power Plant is a fun and exciting evening event for families. My daughter (aged 7) and I followed the path through the gardens to discover a wonderland of light, sound and visual creations.
What we loved:
Eerie sounds coming from Gramophones, psychedelic flowers spinning in the night, the inaccessible red glow and strange sounds from the temple, fire dancing on the water, luminous lampshades guiding the way, hidden snails in kaleidoscopic garden.
If this sounds up your alley - Get to it!
- Prebook your tickets online for the 8.45pm timeslot
- Wear comfy flat shoes
- Give the kids a nap in the afternoon to stay up late
- Share a drink at the end amongst the installations
Jan 15, 16, 18-23, 25, 27-39
Time Entry between 8.45pm- 10.15pm
Adult -$15 Child $10 Family - $40(2 adults 2 children)
For more information visit: http://www.sydneyfestival.org.au/2011/Family/Power-Plant-at-Darling-Harbour/