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INTERACTIVE PROJECTION COMPETITION FINAL

INTERACTIVE PROJECTION COMPETITION FINAL

Information on the activity

October 18, 2018 to October 20, 2018

As part of MAPP_MTL

COME PLAY AND SUPPORT YOUR FAVOURITE ARTIST !

Adults and children are invited to interact with three giant video projections on a wall outside Saint-Laurent metro stationand to vote for their favourite.

The original creations will astound and entertain the audience as the projections come to life.

For both evenings, dynamic emcee François Bernier will add a festive touch to the event. Bar service will be available.

The works will be presented in rotation, every 30 minutes, to give the public a chance to try them all before voting for their favourite. A $5000 Audience Award will be presented to the creator of the work that receives the most votes.

It's your turn to play !

About the finalists

• Make your virtual clone move and dance as you try to complete missions with Points de rencontre by Ensemble Ensemble.

• Have a conversation with a likeable giant imprisoned in the building façade, with the MurMur interactive experience by HUB studio.

• Make your image fly into the “sky” with the poetic projection La Légèreté de l’être by Thomas Ouellet Fredericks.

+ INFOS ABOUT FINALISTS

October 18 and 19, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. - facade at the exit of the Saint-Laurent metro -

DON'T MISS THE CLOSING NIGHT: COMPETITION AND MAPP_MTL

ABOUT THE CONTEST

The three works presented are the finalists of the interactive projection contest imagined by MAPP_MTL, and produced and presented by the Quartier des Spectacles Partnership and MUTEK in March and the semifinal was held as part of MUTEK_IMG.

Since then, creators have improved their proposal and the public will be entitled to a new version. Remember that this competition aims to encourage the exploration of new forms of interactivity with facades.

Audience award and Jury Prize

The audience award ($5,000) will be presented to the maker of the project that received the most public votes on October 18 and 19.

The Jury Prize ($5,000) will be presented to the maker of the work deemed most deserving by a jury consisting of Thien Vu Dang (MAPP_MTL), Pascale Daigle (Quartier des Spectacles Partnership), Patti Smith (MUTEK) and Jean-François Larouche (Moment Factory).

Visit members of the jury here