Illuminate 2015

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Eight nights of projection, performance, installation and illumination from 5 to 8pm

We are delighted to welcome Australian artist Lyndal Jones to the Holburne as one of the venues for Illuminate 2015. Her projected installation Rehearsing Catastrophe explores the issue of climate change.

Using digital technology, illumination, projections, and performance to transform Bath’s iconic buildings including The Roman Baths, Pulteney Bridge and The Holburne Museum, the event will encourage audiences to engage with Bath’s historic cityscape.

The event will feature work from international artists including Canadian artist Leila Sujir who is creating a 3D projection starring Corsham Court’s famous peacocks that will traverse the entrance of the Roman Baths; Australian artist Lyndal Jones brings a new iteration of her piece Rehearsing Catastrophe #1: The Ark in Avoca that will travel from Sydney, Australia to the Holburne Museum; and Georgian-themed animations created by Petra Freeman, Tim Rolt and St Saviour’s School Children will dance across Pulteney Bridge.

For the full performance schedule across the city please visit