Luminotherapie 2020 Light Art Installation in Montreal Returns


Every winter, a pleasing, radiant, and interactive art display gleams the Quartier des Spectacles. The much anticipated Montreal’s Luminotherapie 2020 light art installation, soothes the hearts, minds, and bodies of all those in attendance.

Come out and celebrate – there’s amazing surprises, music and dancing waiting for you!

Oh, and don’t forget that these are Instagrammable moments, so make sure your phones are charged.

The light art installation may vary every year, but a single item tends to remain the same; ingenuity, imagination, and delight spreads to every corner of the Place des festivals in downtown Montreal.

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Firstly, this year’s title is Pop! And Pop! it definitely does, in a vibrant, celebratory, and delightful event of light, music and movement.

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From the Gentilhomme creative studio, this display is an inspiration for collective strength in a revelry of popular culture.

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Encompassed by a cleverly sequenced presentation of dazzling — animated flowers situated at intervals with flags. And ballooned giants arise from larger than life boxes that twirl wildly.

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The largest box is the only one closed. It requires a whole lot of passion and cheers that the audience can come up with to discover what’s hidden inside.

So, it’s all up to the young and the young at heart to drum up their voices together to achieve the optimum experience.

The sound gathered from cheers of the festival-goers, is modified, synchronized, intensified,and dispersed in real time all over the light art installation. So, it produces an amazing and interactive, celebratory piece of harmonics.

Come add your cheer to the festivity.

LUMINOTHERAPIE 2020 Light Art Installation in Montreal

When: Nov 28 – Jan 26, 2020 Thur to Sat: noon to 11 PM / Sun to Wed to 10 PM
Where: Place des Festivals, 1499 Jeanne-Mance St, Montreal, Quebec
Cost: FREE

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