In winter there are days when we wonder if the sun comes up at all. So what we need to brighten things up is some light sculptures.
Thankfully, Winter Lights 2016 is on hand to ensure that Canary Wharf comes to life after dark, with butterflies and a giant alien. But if people want to get involved, there will be works that respond to movement and even mobile signals.
There are political works too, such as silhouettes of refugees fleeing the Syrian conflict. The set of sculptures is only on display for just over a week so make sure to pop by before they're gone.
Winter Lights 2016 is on across the Canary Wharf estate and will run from 11-22 January. The works are best viewed between 4pm-9pm. All works are free to the public. All of the artworks pictured will feature, however these images are of the works in situ at other locations.