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Luminothérapie

November 2019

Luminothérapie is Quebec’s biggest competition for temporary public installations. In each of the last 10 years, it has presented an original and captivating interactive experience in the Quartier des Spectacles, with a major installation in Place des Festivals accompanied by an architectural projection.

This event promotes Montreal as a city of design and stimulates creativity in urban installations and digital art. The installations created for Luminothérapie are seen around the world. Since 2016, six of them have been exhibited on 77 occasions in more than 35 cities, including New York, London, Brussels, Jerusalem, Lugano, Toronto, Chicago and Washington.

Have a look to the various installations and works produce by the Quartier des spectacles Partnership.

_POP!_ by Gentilhomme. © Ulysse Lemerise

10th edition, Nov. 28 2019 to Jan. 26 2020

POP!

Production types: Installations, Architectural video projections

© Nicolas Gouin - l’Hibou

9th edition, 2018-2019

EFFET DOMINO

Production types: Installations, Architectural video projections, Export

Loop/Luminothérapie. Photo: Ulysse Lemerise, OSA

7th edition, 2016-2017

Loop

Production types: Installations, Export

Impulse_Luminothérapie. Photo: Ulysse Lemerise, OSA

6th et 8th editions 2015-2016, 2017-2018

Impulse

Production types: Installations, Architectural video projections, Export

Prismatica/luminothérapie. Photo: Cindy Boyce

5th edition, 2014-2015

Prismatica

Production types: Installations, Export

Fascinoscope, by Lüz Studio/Luminothérapie. ©Cindy Boyce

4th edition, 2014-2015

Fascinoscope

Production types: Installations, Architectural video projections

Entre les rangs/Luminothérapie. Photo: Cindy Boyce

4th edition, December 11 2013 to February 2 2014

Entre les rangs

Production types: Installations, Export

Martine Doyon

4th edition, 2013-2014

Trouve Bob

Production type: Architectural video projections

Nuage de givre/Luminothérapie. Photo: Martine Doyon

2nd edition, 2011-2012

Nuage de givre

Production type: Installations

Sphères polaires, by Lucion Média/Luminothérapie © Martine Doyon

1st edition, 2010-2011

Sphères polaires

Production type: Installations