The first one we went to was the Nature Deficit Disorder Clinic. After meeting with reception we got to look at the various posters explaining the dangers of this future where interacting with nature is at a destructive minimum. Brought into the first treatment room, we watched a short video that led to us deciding if we were best served by interacting with a tree, water, or rock. We could see other treatment rooms where some people were given a second 'treatment' with those items, but were told we didn't require immediate treatment and were sent on our way.
speaking to the moon, an exhibit with dome tents lit up with nature scenes instide.
On the right is Laxa’ine’ gigukwdzikasi’ gigukwas Hayałiligase’, The Many Large Houses of the Ghosts, a light display on Old City Hall's clock tower.
At City Hall we found the Hendrick's Gin hot air balloon, giving rides to people who won golden tickets. This is where we lined up for 2+ hours for the Red Forest, after which we didn't feel much like waiting in another line. Which is why I only have an outside photo of the Monument to the Century of Revolution - an installation made up of several shipping crates that discussed specific revolutions as well as aspects of revolution (printing flyers, feminism, prisons, etc).
The final installation we saw was Photon Gallery 3.0.
There were several cool things to see here, like an audio modulated gas fire display (more base = higher fire).
Nuit Blanche: Photon Gallery 3.0 fire from Jessica Strider on Vimeo.
They also had a strobe powered falling water display.
Nuit Blanche: Photon Gallery 3.0 water from Jessica Strider on Vimeo.