'The Warm Glow of Home' is a mini-documentary about the creation of an ambitious light sculpture in Durham Cathedral Cloisters by Durham-based artist Mick Stephenson.
The film was made by Lintelfilm (lintelfilm.uk) and released in conjunction with The Northern Correspondent at the time of issue number six, 'Home'.
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Music by Chris Zabriskie (chriszabriskie.com) licensed under CC by 4.0
Footage and photographs of the international project 'Liter of Light' provided by Liter of Light, GabflyMEDIA (gabfly.co.za/) and Incitement (theincitement.com/): night footage by Mate Valtr, photographs by Shashank Bhosale.
A collection of timelapse shots taken during Lumiere Durham 2015, some of which will be used in our upcoming mini-documentary about the creation of 'Litre of Light' - artist Mick Stephenson's replica of Durham Cathedral's rose widow made with thousands of plastic bottles.
Music: "Is That You Or Are You You" by the magnificent Chris Zabriskie ( chriszabriskie.com/ ). License: CC by 4.0
For Lumiere 2015, Durham-based light artist Mick Stephenson is building a 1:1 scale replica of Durham Cathedral's famous rose window in the cathedral cloisters ... using plastic bottles. The piece - which will be known as 'Grow the Rose' - requires thousands of empty 2-litre bottle donations from the public in order to "grow" it. Time is running out and so are the bottle reserves they have to build it.
Please help Grow the Rose by taking any empty 2-litre bottles you may have to the collection point at the Gala Theatre in Durham City Centre!