The city of Brussels has solicited our collective for the creation of an interactive videoprojection destined to the City of Montreal that has celebrated its 375th Anniversary in 2017.
The emblematic place chosen to host the show was the prestigious BAnQ (Banque Nationale des Archives du Québec) based in Montreal.
This is a digital and animated version of the masterwork of Brueghel "The Fall of the Rebel Angels" that Dirty Monitor proposed by means of new technologies combining projection mapping and an interactive terminal allowing the audience to act directly on the show itself. Lightnings, fire, sketches are a few examples of the audiovisual effects that could be activated by passerbys and curious observers through the terminal.
Our interactive projection had been illuminating the facade of the BAnQ two weeks long. The first representation took place in te presence of official personalities of Montreal and the City of Brussels as the honourable Denis Coderre, Mayor of Montreal, Philippe Close, Mayor of the City of Brussels and Karine Lalieux, Alderman for Culture and Tourism of the City of Brussels.
We are pleased to have worked in collaboration with the Quartier des spectacles de Montréal for this project.
Country : Canada
Additional informationsClient : The City of Brussels
Date : October / November 2017
Type : Videoprojection / Interactivity /Architectural Mapping / Culture
Key figuresNbr lumens : 40.000
Nbr videoprojectors : 2
Nbr of participants : several thousands people
Last : 5 minutes
Location : BAnQ / Montreal / Canada