1.8 London, Janet Echelman, Lumiere London 2016. Image © Matthew Andrews.

Transformed in a festival of light, we bring you the most memorable images of the capital from the past four days.

Keyframes, Groupe LAPS and Thomas Veyssiére, Image © Matthew Andrews

Keyframes, Groupe LAPS and Thomas Veyssiére, Image © Matthew Andrews

Hawksmoor Air Street in Soho, Greater London

Hawksmoor Air Street in Soho, Greater London

Elephantastic!, Topla-design, Catherine Garret, with the participation of Mathilde Leca, video Domenico Spano, Lumiere London 2016. Image © Matthew Andrews.

Produced by Artichoke, the festival Lumiere London transformed 30 locations for four evenings with projections, interactive installations and other light works.

1.8 London, Janet Echelman, Lumiere London 2016. Image © Matthew Andrews.

American artist Janet Echelman has suspended a billowing woven sculpture based on data captured from the 2011 Japanese earthquake and tsunami above London's busy Oxford Circus junction.

Elephantastic!, Topla-design, Catherine Garret, with the participation of Mathilde Leca, video Domenico Spano, Lumiere London 2016. Image © Matthew Andrews (1)

Produced by Artichoke, the festival Lumiere London transformed 30 locations for four evenings with projections, interactive installations and other light works.

1.8 London, Janet Echelman, Lumiere London 2016. Image © Matthew Andrews

Colorful aerial sculpture represents data from Japan's devastating 2011 tsunami

1.8 London, Janet Echelman, Lumiere London 2016. Image © Matthew Andrews.

Janet Echelman has suspended a billowing woven sculpture based on data captured from the 2011 Japanese earthquake above London's busy Oxford Circus junction

1.8 London, Janet Echelman, Lumiere London 2016. Image © Matthew Andrews.

American artist Janet Echelman has suspended a billowing woven sculpture based on data captured from the 2011 Japanese earthquake and tsunami above London's busy Oxford Circus junction.

1.8 London, Janet Echelman, Lumiere London 2016. Image © Matthew Andrews.

Janet Echelman’s illuminated installation billows above London’s Oxford Circus

1.8 London, Janet Echelman, Lumiere London 2016. Image © Matthew Andrews.

American artist Janet Echelman has suspended a billowing woven sculpture based on data captured from the 2011 Japanese earthquake and tsunami above London's busy Oxford Circus junction.

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