Adelaide Fringe

Northern Lights installation Borealis extends season

The Adelaide Fringe and Gluttony as a hub will wrap up on Sunday night, Borealis will continue for an extended season due to popular demand.

The northern lights have been right here in Adelaide during the Fringe season and the good news is that they’re here to stay for a little bit longer.

Thanks to Dan Acher’s Gluttony installation, Gluttony guests can observe “Borealis,” which is a visual experience with multi-coloured lights and a 40-minute looping atmospheric soundtrack that resembles the aurora borealis.

The Adelaide Fringe and Gluttony as a hub will wrap up on Sunday night, Borealis will continue for an extended season, 24 to 28 March due to popular demand.

The installation is a combination of art and technology, with laser beams piercing particle cloud to create the appearance of the ever-changing, vibrant Aurora Borealis. The weather, shifting colours, and changing movement patterns make the work of art change, so it’s easy to watch for a while without getting bored. 

Visitors can enter at 15-minute intervals and spend as long as they want in the space.

Sessions will start from 7.45pm due to the earlier sunset time, until 10pm.

Colada, the café at the kiosk at Rymill Park Lake that Gluttony has been running during the season will be open for these extra Borealis sessions, and Barbra the bar buggy will also be there to serve patrons. 

Get Tickets for the extra sessions here.

Find Borealis at Gluttony’s Murlawirrapurka location. 

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