The Bonifacio Global City will be spotlighting an arts and lights exhibition this April, in an event entitled "Boni Viva Luci."

It is an arts and lights festival featuring public artworks with lighting.

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From April 6 to 14, the lighted version of the Indigenous Wildlife Puppets from Puppet Theater Manila can be witnessed.

Also featured are "LuminiSense: Our Place in the Cosmos" by Joyce Sahagun Garcia, Ohm David, and Arvy Dimaculangan; and "Giant Dandelions" by Olivia D'Aboville.

Included in the sights are "The Abyss" by Winter David and Ohm David and "Reimagined Chandeliers" by Ohm David and Mark Choa, where giant bioluminescent octopuses and chandeliers with LED tentacles can be seen.

On the Glass Bridge of BGC, mythical fairy creatures will be brought to life by Cheska Cartativo through "Entanglement: Adarna to Bakunawa."

Also on display is the goddess of fertility and death via "Mebuyan Cradle" by Leeroy New, and "Into the Shadows and Heroes," shadow play projections by Sigmund Pecho, Ohm David, and Arvy Dimaculangan.

Artworks by Isaiah Cacnio and Joyce Sahagun Garcia related to the natural environment will be the highlight of "Celestial Waltz" and "Behold the Eclipse, Behold the Light," which can be seen on the popular giant LED screens of BGC during the art festival.

Stunning photos taken by members of the Camera Club of the Philippines, namely Fred del Rosario, Chito Viñas, and Mark Bautista, will be displayed as projected images.

A Purple Terra will also be featured, showcasing bright colored lights hung on trees for visitors to walk through.

"Boni Viva Luci" can be fully experienced at Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio High Street South, Terra 28th Park, The Mind Museum, and the BGC Arts Center.

(Photos from the Bonifacio High Street Facebook Page)