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Luminothérapie in Montréal

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GardenDrum

December 20, 2014
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Prismatica by RAW Design. Photo credit: Cindy Boyce

Luminothérapie is a spectacular interactive digital illuminated art for everyone to enjoy in Montréal’s Quartier des Spectacles during the winter months.

‘Prismatica’, by RAW Design, is like a giant kaleidoscope, where you can play with the light by rotating the 50 colourful prisms.

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Prismatica by RAW Design. Photo credit: Cindy Boyce

Luminothérapie also incorporates the façade lighting of some of Montréal’s spectacular buildings: the Grande Bibliothèque; Cégep du Vieux Montréal; the Hotel ZERO 1 next to Place de la Paix; Théâtre Maisonneuve; and UQAM’s Président–Kennedy building.

The facade lighting in 2014 is based on the theme of an early 20th carnival.

Fascinoscope by Lüz Studio - Grande Bibliothèque. Photo credit: Cindy Boyce

Fascinoscope by Lüz Studio – Grande Bibliothèque. Photo credit: Cindy Boyce

Fascinoscope by Lüz Studio - UQAM Bell Tower Photo credit: Cindy Boyce

Fascinoscope by Lüz Studio – UQAM Bell Tower
Photo credit: Cindy Boyce

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