Dirty Monitor back in Mons from 26th October to 11th November 2018
In the context of the commemorations of the centenary of the liberation of the city of Mons, our collective illuminated for two weeks, with 2 performances every night, the city hall of Mons with an all-new 26 minutes long sound and light show.
We plunged the spectators in our own way in the heart of the Great War mixing historical events and a mystic legend...
Sublimated by effects 2D and 3D, archive images and light games, this story full of emotions was narrated by an exceptional storyteller : the singer-songwriter MOCHÉLAN that made a live performance the evenings of 10th and 11th November.
The commemorations have in total attracted around 100.000 people in the City of the Doudou. The mapping show at the Grand-Place has attracted alone around 75.000 people.
Video Mapping / Artistic and Technical Direction : Dirty Monitor
Singer & Songwriter : Mochélan
Scriptwriter and Research of Documentation : Francis Groff
History Consultant : Bernard Wilkin
Coordinator & Technical Manager: Christian François
Technical Suppliers :
Eventcom (Light, Sound, Structure)
Van Stokkum (Tribune)
Dk Rental (Boom and Forklift)
Country : Belgium
Additional informationsClient : City of Mons
Date : October / November 2018
Type : Commemorations / Architectural Mapping / Live Performance
Production : Dirty Monitor
Key figuresNbr lumens : 210.000
Nbr videoprojectors : 8
Nbr of participants : more than 75.000
Last : 26 Minutes
Location : Grand-Place / Mons / Belgium