Project 365 – Day 347: A first look at the Lumino Thérapie Iceberg art installation

December 12 2012

While I was away in the UK a few winter activities/events commenced, one being the Lumino-Thérapie festival.

This year the main installation in the Quartier des Spectacles is entitled Iceberg. The interactive art installation consists of a series of illuminated metallic arches that each produce a particular sound depicting the life of an iceberg from its carving into arctic waters to its melting in the southern ocean.

My images tonight unfortunately don’t really do justice to the installation – in part due to the fact it was fairly quiet and the installation being interactive becomes brighter (and louder) as more people walk through the tunnels. Iceberg will be on show until February 3, so plenty of time to get some more pics.

Lumino Thérapie Iceberg installation

Lumino Thérapie Iceberg installation
ISO 100 – 10mm – f4.8 – 1.5 sec

Lumino Thérapie Iceberg installation

Lumino Thérapie Iceberg installation
ISO 100 – 70mm – f4.8 – 1.5 sec

Lumino Thérapie Iceberg Installation

Lumino Thérapie Iceberg Installation
ISO 100 – 10mm – f5.6 – 3 sec

Although not part of the Iceberg installation, Place des Arts was looking particularly colorful tonight.

Place des Arts in color

Place des Arts in color
ISO 100 – 10mm – f5.6 – 1 sec (-2ev/0/+2ev)

I admit to having a habit of pressing my lens up against the cool sky light over Place des Arts foyer and tonight I couldn’t resist doing it again to get a shot of the Christmas tree in the Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier entrance.

Christmas Tree vortex

Christmas Tree vortex
ISO 100 – 11mm – f5.6 – 6 sec

 

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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