If you have time and yearn to conquer different territories, travel across the city for a marathon of light. Start with Sabine Marcelis’ 'Light Horizon', 11 staggered glass columns adorning Wadi Namar that shift in appearance depending on day and night, then on to the Diplomatic Quarter, where illuminated Arabic script adorn the walls of a beautiful garden in 'The Garden of Light' by Charles Sandison. Make your way to Olaya Street, where a glowing 'Earth' by SpY casts a red radiance all over the plaza next to the King Fahad National Library and contemplates the state of our planet. The next stop is along Northern Ring Road, where Sara Abdu’s 'To See the Infinite Within Me', where the artist translates poetry into form and solid structure, creating a meditative labyrinthine piece that visitors can navigate. Looking to enter a new world? 'Dreams in Color' by Mohammed Alsanie in the Al Mohammadiyyah area transports audiences to an alternate version of Riyadh, filled with 80s aesthetics, surreal sci-fi visuals and synthwave tunes, then zip off into the cosmos with the work of Asaad Badawi at KAFD, where your marathon comes to an end. Titled 'Chasing the Sun', Badawi’s installation considers the movements of planets and stars, with fiberglass shapes representing celestial bodies and a bright aperture that visitors can peak into for a glimpse of the artist’s universe.