‘AoA’s monumental sculptures have enchanted audiences around the world since 1992 and attended more than 500 festivals, events and venues around the world. From Berlin to Beirut, Hong Kong to Hawaii, Taipei to Tel Aviv, Sao Paulo to the Sydney Opera House…’
…and now, for the first time ever, to the Isle of Wight!
Red Funnel are excited to announce that the Architects of Air (AoA) Luminarium ‘Dodecalis’ will be landing on the lawn of Northwood House, Cowes from 3 to 6 August 2023.
As one of AoA’s most exciting touring structures yet, Dodecalis uses nothing but natural light to project vibrant colours throughout interconnected chambers and tunnels, which along with an ethereal soundscape, create a truly spectacular walk-through experience for all ages.
Just a stone’s throw from charming Cowes High Street, lined with modern bistros and traditional pubs, which lies under 30 minutes from Southampton on Red Funnel’s Red Jet service.
The Luminarium Package Includes:
- Red Jet Day Return travel from Southampton (anytime)
- Priority entry to the Luminarium during your selected time slot
- Valid for travel on your selected date between 3 – 6 August 2023 only
Entry times: 11:00-12:00 or 14:00-15:00
Adult (16yrs+) Package | £18pp
Child (5-15yrs) Package | £12pp
About the Architects of Air
Founder, designer and artistic director of Nottingham-based Architects of Air, Alan Parkinson, first started experimenting with pneumatic sculptures in the 1980s and has since developed his own language of form in this plastic medium.
In 1992 he established Architects of Air to build and tour his luminarium designs which have made over 500 exhibitions in more than 43 countries.
From the Guggenheim in Spain to the Sydney Opera House in Australia, the monumental and interactive walk-in sculptures of Architects of Air, have astounded audiences across the globe.
About the Dodecalis Luminarium
Dodecalis is one of the Architects of Air’s most exciting touring structures yet, featuring a dazzling array of luminous lines illuminating the three Dodecadomes, an awe inspiring “tree” design, and a magnificent main dome with its asymmetry serving to disorientate the visitor, in a way that makes exploration more exciting – maximising intrigue and wonder.