Projections monumentales on Montreal's tallest church tower

December 16, 2010

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The façade of Saint-Jacques Church, part of the Pavillion Judith-Jasmin at UQAM, transforms itself into a luminous laboratory. For nearly three months, you will be able to rediscover this part of Montreal’s heritage thanks to the many creators who will project their video art onto this former church façade.

They’ll come one after the other: L’Acte Lumière and Congo bleu with their joyful graphics, students from the UQAM École des medias with their interactive and generative experience, Novalux with their playful and festive transformation, Oli Sorenson with a contemporary projection for the people – not to mention the NFB with its critical, social contribution. Watch for more details!


There is the schedule :

December 8 to January 7 | Creation of Novalux

January 8 to January 17 | Un point c'est tout, created by Congo Bleu and L'Acte Lumière

January 18 to January 30 | Control Room 3, created by Oli Sorenson

January 31 to February 15 | Un point c'est tout, created by Congo Bleu and L'Acte Lumière

February 16 to February 27 | Different projections created by UQAM's students

February 28 février to March 5 | Réminiscence apocryphe, created by NFB

Directed by Jimmy Lakatos. With the participation ofVYV and its Photon Show."