Date - Dec 11, 2022
Time - 4:00pm-8:00pm
12317 Gravelly Lake Dr SW
Lakewood WA 98499
Featuring an array of immersive lighting, data-driven music, and live instrumentation, Solstice Lights brings the garden to life as viewers experience the interconnectedness of our globe.
Starting on November 25th and continuing through January 2nd, Lakewold Gardens will be artist Samuel Stubblefield’s canvas of Mother Nature’s shifting patterns reflected through color, light, and music.
Environmental data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) will be heard throughout the gardens as “data music,” compositions translated through an algorithm created by Stubblefield.
As his algorithm responds to environmental shifts in barometric pressure, wind speed, ocean waves, and the magnetic field, visitors will be immersed in an audio-visual display of environmental dynamism as new music plays throughout the gardens and lights dance over the trees in changing shades and tones.
While visitors contemplate the immensity of Earth and her atmosphere outside, Wagner House welcomes visitors inside to explore the microscopic building blocks living in the soil, water, and air of Lakewold Gardens. Images of the earth’s smallest species will be enlarged, layered, and displayed throughout the house on internally-lit lightboxes.
Learn more and buy tickets here: https://lakewoldgardens.org/solstice-lights-2022/