Halo’ thoughtfully integrates two complementary layers to create an immersive experience.
The first layer features a meticulously designed conical pendulum, carefully embedded with integrated lights. Suspended from the apex of the church, the pendulum traces a celestial-like path around the church’s central attraction – the renowned altar. The second layer of the installation bathes the grand dome of the church in an otherworldly illumination.
‘Halo’ transcends religious affiliations, inviting viewers from all walks of life to immerse themselves in a unified appreciation of history, art, and spirituality. It is a captivating journey into the past and an evocative exploration of the celestial, encouraging the modern viewer to find spiritual resonance within the timeless and the ethereal.
‘Halo’ will be available at St Stephen Walbrook from Saturday 16th September.
The event will take place on the following dates and times:
Saturday 16th September 09:00am—12:00pm & 17:00pm—20:00pm
Sunday 17th September 14:00pm—17:00pm
Monday 18th September 10:30am—15:30pm
Tuesday 19th September 10:30am—17:00pm
Wednesday 20th September 13:00pm—17:00pm
Thursday 21st September 14:00pm—17:00pm
Friday 22nd September 10:30am—12:30pm & 13:30pm—17:00pm
Saturday 23rd September 10:30am—17:00pm
Sunday 24th September 14:00pm—17:00pm
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