North Forest Lights, a temporary installation at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, is back for a second season at the Bentonville museum. In partnership with Montreal-based multimedia studio Moment Factory, North Forest Lights is an “artistic outdoor light and sound experience” designed specifically for the grounds of Crystal Bridges and meant to inspire a connection with nature. The ticketed show, which was first held October 2019 to February 2020, returned September 4.
In its first run, North Forest Lights drew 109,000 visitors and was honored as a finalist in the people’s choice awards for arts organization CODAworx, which connects artists with industry resources and those who are looking to commission pieces of public art. The organization’s annual awards, presented in partnership with Interior Design magazine and Architects Foundation, honor projects that most successfully integrate art into interior, architectural, or public spaces.
North Forest Lights is on view through April 4, 2021. To view the exhibit’s five installations, visitors are required to wear face coverings and encouraged to purchase advance tickets. Learn more at crystalbridges.org.
A version of this story was originally published in the August 2020 issue of At Home in Arkansas. It has been updated to reflect new information.
Image courtesy of Moment Factory