The Light Maze is an immersive light installation consisting of semi-transparent panels, that reflect light rays in a rainbow colour spectrum ... and it's Free!
Standing at 7ft tall, this impressive piece of art is the first of its kind to come to the UK and we are absolutely delighted that it chose Wembley Park as its debut location. Nestled in the heart of Market Square, the Light Maze offers plenty of space to move, wonder and get a little lost in (including little explorers too!)
This interactive installation allows you to move freely within the space whilst taking in the incredible vibrant colours. Expect to to see plenty of cool blues and greens, to vibrant pink and orange tones whilst you move along inside. It’s quite the instagrammable spot!
Also in Wembley Park:
22 November 2018 - 4 January 2019
Wembley Park's Christmas Tree
Fata Morgana, a festive installation by experimental design practice Silo Studio, was commissioned by international design journal Disegno as part of the inaugural 2018 Xmasbox Christmas celebrations at Wembley Park.
An alternative take on the traditional Christmas tree, the work comprises 160 green ribbons of different shades, made from the material that advertising banners are usually printed on. These ribbons are strung tightly inside a steel box to form the parabolic outline of five conifers – resembling a section of a forest, rather than single tree. At 8ft x 20ft, the box around the trees has the dimensions of a standard international shipping container – a nod to the units used to construct the nearby Boxpark Wembley.
22 November - 22 December
Committee Studio presents: LOVE LOVE LOVE
Giant white letters spell out the word ‘Love’ three times in this site-specific artwork by design studio Committee. Commissioned by international design journal Disegno and Wembley Park as part of the inaugural 2018 Xmasbox Christmas celebrations, the text sits against a vibrant golden background that contrasts with the industrial aesthetic of the world-famous stadium nearby.
When viewed from a certain angle, the letters give the impression they are standing upright, casting a shadow behind – to be read as an invitation, a hope, a command, a protest or an obstruction. The work can refer to every form of love, from religious faith to the romantic, from the familial to the civic.
As one walks past, we see the letters form and break apart – a poetic allusion, the designers say, to the idea that love is sometimes hard to find, define and maintain but is also an eternal, essential and ever present concept.
16 December 2018
Vintage Christmas Fair
In December 2018 Wembley Park will host the So Last Century Vintage Christmas Fair as a part of our Winter Festivities.
As one of London’s most respected vintage markets, So Last Century will bring an array of hand- picked traders to Market Square in Wembley Park.
Attendees can expect an array of affordable 20th century vintage and antique items such as mid-century décor, lighting and furniture, vintage maps ceramics, homeware, vintage clothing, accessories and jewellery.
Second Floor Studios and Arts at Wembley Park will be displaying and selling their work too alongside celebrated stall holders including Molly and Harlequin, Rag and Bone Bros., J.A.M.S Ironworks.