The new addition to the British art scene--the Tate Modern on London's Bankside, officially opened by the Queen on May 11--was stunningly lit up on its inaugural night using a combination of conventional and automated lighting from Vari-Lite Production Services (VLPS) London. The lighting for this prestigious event was the conceptual work of multidisciplinary design and communications consultancy Imagination and its in-house lighting designer Kate Wilkins, with Hugh Vanstone designing the ...

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