A maze of many-coloured delights proves a treat for museum visitors
Visitors to the city's Holburne Museum are enjoying its festive lights display this Christmas.
The installation Circuit: A Light Labyrinth uses electroluminescent wire to create light sculptures.
The thin copper wire coated in phosphor has the extraordinary property of both being incredibly bright and requiring little energy, producing a 360 degree unbroken line of visible light.
Artist Martin Richman has chosen 2,500 metres of EL wire to produce a maze-like labyrinth of light in the back garden of the museum, with colours of blue, green, yellow and pink.
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Museum director Alexander Sturgis said: "The sound that accompanies the maze, of whispered voices and snatches of entertainment, by musician Charlie Kerr, suggests the garden's past as a pleasure garden. Everyone is enjoying the maze, glo-sticks and mulled wine have proven popular with visitors, and we hope everyone will add a trip to the labyrinth to their Christmas wish list."
It is at the attraction until January 9, and is open 4pm to 6pm Monday to Friday and 4pm to 7pm at weekends, with admission costing £2.
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