Nobel Week Lights Stockholm: Light in the dark 5-13 december 2020
Nobel Week Lights is a new way to celebrate this year’s Nobel Prize in Stockholm. Several of the lighting installations erected around the city are inspired by Nobel laureates’ discoveries.
The work with lighting design is often at the intersection of art and science. It is both playful, effective and communicative. The artists and lighting designers participating this year are exploring new ideas and techniques with their works. The installations raise thoughts about how we experience our urban environment and make you as a visitor look at Stockholm with new eyes.
With new lighting experiences in iconic places and buildings, Nobel Week Lights wants to invite Stockholmers to the celebration of this year’s Nobel Week.
During a year that has been difficult in many ways, this is a cultural experience that you can take part in outdoors, with a safe distance to others. An experience that contributes with light in the dark when we need it most.
A big thank you to everyone who participates in implementing Nobel Week Lights 2020!
Nobel Week Lights Stockholm is initiated and produced by Annika Levin, Alexandra Manson, Lara Szabo Greisman and Helmet. The initiative is carried out in collaboration with the Nobel Prize Museum with the support of the City of Stockholm, the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce and the Institut Français de Suède, as well as a number of other partners and lighting companies.
Communication team: Jennifer Lindblad (coordinator communication and social media), Rasmus Manson (design) and Daniel Tiderman (Web design)