The essence of the Quartier des spectacles’ visual identity, the Luminous Pathway showcases the area’s rich offering. More than 30 public spaces and cultural venues are illuminated.
The Luminous Pathway has three elements:
1. Architectural video projections
Thursday to Saturday from sunset to 11 p.m*.
When night falls over the city, the various building façades illuminate and become the backdrop for original works all year long. New video projections are presented regularly.
*Except during certain events.
Next time you walk to the Quartier des Spectacles, enjoy some freshness and the architectural projection EN FORME!
Please, don’t forget to stay at least 2 metres away from each other, as per government recommendations.
EN FORME! is a dynamic and joyful architectural projection. It marks the return of warm weather by projecting a colourful tropical world on the BAnQ, the walls outside Saint-Laurent metro station and UQAM’s Pavillon Président-Kennedy. The work plays with shapes and colours to create a light-hearted world full of funny characters. Each animation is an amusing celebration of the joys of summer, whether culinary, aquatic or athletic. Each scene is infused with the gleeful spirit of the summer holidays, with bubble-gum chewers, divers, dreamers and gourmands accompanied by a menagerie of happy animals.
Created by Gabriel Poirier-Galarneau of multimedia studio Champagne Club Sandwich, the work features the art of illustrator and animator Gabriel Masella.
With summer arriving during an unprecedented situation, the projection is a fun and engaging expression of our love of vacations, relaxation and getaways.
Who wouldn’t want to escape into this tropical aquatic world full of friendly creatures that love reading and cold drinks?
From skateboards to ping pong, baseball and jokari, the many physical activities enjoyed by En forme’s player/athletes will get you moving.
Pavillon Président-Kennedy of UQAM
Twirling fruits, pizzas and ice cream cones whet our appetite, reminding us of the treats we can’t resist when the mercury rises.
Fruits, pizzas and ice cream cones dance and twirl, whetting our appetite – and reminding us that some treats are simply irresistible when it gets hot.
- From May 7th to june 7th
- Outside Grande bibliothèque, Saint-Laurent metro station and pavillon Président-Kennedy of UQAM
- Thursday, Friday and Saturday, from nightfall to 11 p.m.
2. Shared lighting signature
Two rows of red dots light up the sidewalk in front of each location, creating a vibrant urban landscape while identifying the different cultural venues. A playful nod to the classic red carpet and the Quartier’s Red Light era, the novel lighting evokes the electric vibe of Sainte-Catherine Street, the Quartier’s axis of discovery.
3. Architectural lighting
Individualized architectural lighting highlights the façades of more than 20 buildings and sites, throwing their features into dramatic relief. The lighting captures the personality and unique character of each architectural canvas.