Taipei Showcases Christmas 3D Project Mapping Light Shows, Art Installations

TAIPEI, Taiwan–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Christmasland, running from Nov. 16 through Jan. 1, 2019, has
returned to New Taipei City with Taiwan’s biggest 3D projection mapping
light shows, four dreamy lighting bridges, and “The Pool,” an
interactive installation art by New York-based artist Jen Lewin.

Under the theme “Space and Planet,” the city government uses rose-golden
colored lights to decorate this year’s Christmasland, turning the city
into a dreamy land. Some highlights include the “Four Christmas
Dreamlike Overpasses,” which features four brides decorated with lights
of different colors, including “Golden Star Bridge,” “Pink Star Bridge,”
“Blue Light Star Bridge,” and “Galaxy Star Bridge.”

“The Pool,” an interactive light-and-shadow art installation created by
notable artist Jen Lewin, will be displayed for the first time in
Taiwan. Moreover, “Fantasy Planet,” a large hemisphere-shaped artwork
composed of more than 100,000 LED lights, will present light show
half-hourly from 17:30 to 22:00 every day.

In addition to the beautiful lighting, the Christmasland also offers
Planet Container Market, amusement facilities, and art installations, as
well as a wide range of activities. Be sure to mark your calendar and
visit the beautiful Christmasland in Taiwan: