Lights display heritage at Tunisian “Interference” festival

Tunisian artists presented their country’s cultural and architectural heritage using various displays of light in the second edition of the “Interference” festival.

The festival aims to popularise the use of light technology as an art form with exhibitions held in various alleys and streets of the Tunisian capital.

Held after sundown, the darkness of the city at night puts context to the background for artists who use light as a material, medium or metaphor.

Some artists projected messages on walls, others lit up 12th century-houses with architectural inscription designs emanating from a cube-shaped lamp on the ceiling.

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