Project 365 – Day 151: Parcours Numérique building projection

May 30 2012

I took a quick wander down to the Quartier des Spectacles this evening to shoot the video projections taking place as part of the Parcours Numérique festival. Being animations, still images don’t really show the installations at their best – maybe I need to consider incorporating video into my blog.

Long exposures are a bit hit and miss as well depending on the animation…a few of my images ended up being a bit of a blurred mess, but I managed to get one that I could use for the day’s image. Perhaps I’ll revisit and attempt some of the other installations before the show ends on Sunday.

The image of the day is of the projection on the corner of Bleury and Saint Catherine called Tempêtes by Yan Breuleux.

Parcours Numérique: Tempêtes

Parcours Numérique: Tempêtes

Another of the installations (that I already shot on May 23rd) is a projection called Epiphaneia by Refik Anadol on the UQAM Centre de Design building on President Kennedy.

Epiphaneia by Renik Anadol

Epiphaneia by Renik Anadol

Epiphaneia by Renik Anadol

Epiphaneia by Renik Anadol

I took a few shots around Place des Arts which is itself full of color at night.

Complexe Desjardins

Complexe Desjardins

Unfortunately the water fountains were turned off on the Place des Festivals but great to think that only a month from now the Jazz festival will be in full swing here.

Place des Festivals

Place des Festivals

rue Saint Catherine

rue Saint Catherine

To view images in gallery format, simply click on one of the images below.

Thanks for stopping by. Until next time.

Martin

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