Park Nights-The light festival Schloss Dyck
Dates to be announced
Postponed due to COVID-19
Light Festival Schloss Dyck
Sometimes it's big wind lights with real candles, sometimes a video projection in the rhythm of the music, sometimes indirect lighting or ultraviolet light strings. This year's illumination of the castle complex and the park makes nature and architecture in combination with overwhelming light art and musical accompaniment recreate able.
Under the motto Park Nights-the light festival in Schloss Dyck, visitors will be able to look forward to a late summer unforgettable experience of light art and illusion again this year. In the stylishly illuminated Japanese garden You can Ikigai-the reason that gives the man every morning the power and energy to get up-experienced in soothing Japanese sounds before you through the entrance portal to the castle complex, which has been turned into a special light Exceed. The course, which has been designed with various lighting effects, continues there. It takes visitors on a tour of the entire castle complex and the adjacent park.
A total of 14 venues, designed by different light artists, in the true sense of the word, kidnap lust-changing visitors: In the mysterious "Wonder Forest", which Daniel Kurniczak conjures up with his imaginative music and lighting show, or in one of Studio KASJO uses ultra-violet, tree-strained strings to modern-style architecture of nature. On a "floating" bridge or in the atmospheric light of the Fountain Alley, where Baroque music inspires a sovereign stroll. On the Flower meadow of Olivia d ' D'aboville's or in the concert, which Kurt Laurenz Theinert with his visual piano, and in which he shows the three facades of the Stables square with the corresponding floor area by means of a beamer projection in the rhythm of the music. It becomes magical and spectacular when Davide ' Askere ' Carioni the Dragon, rumored to protect Castle Dyck from the evil, brought to life. And if you want to learn more about everything and everyone, you should tip your ears when the "old Ones" are chatting from the hood. Even if they have lost their crown because of the storm or their high age, they are an inexhaustible source of old insider knowledge.