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ACTLD NEWSLETTER 02-2012
A CORPORATE SHOW FOR 15TH ANNIVERSARY OF TELENET
For the “15th year ceremony “of the telecommunication company Telenet, ACTLD once again successfully collaborated with Luc Petit Creation to develop a unique spectacle. Escape-events agency produced an exceptional show putting forward the talents of the whole creative team. The concept design of this show consisted of a wide range of artistic dances and music performances along with a spectacular lighting design, which expressed Telenet corporate identity and its strong values.
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The original set design combined two stages (6x6 and 4x4 meters) constructed on the water and a screen (12x6 square meters). The crucial role of the lighting design was to enhance the set design by playing with water reflection of light, creating special effects. At the same time, ACT ensured the harmonization between video projections and the music played during the show, enriching the live performances of the artists on the two stages.
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The multiple lighting sequences were chosen with a special attention to each scene specificity, rhythm and message, while highlighting the unity of the whole content of the show, in particular by playing with the surrounding water.
KOERT VERMEULEN & YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES AT “DYNAMICS EVENTS“.
THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE FOR THE EVENT PRODUCTION INDUSTRY
30th January in Amsterdam, Koert was one of the lighting panelist to speak at the new conference “Dynamic Events”, which discussed the use of lighting, sound, video technology and staging in large-scale entertainment and sporting environments.
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The main theme of this year conference was focused on international productions, in particular the opening and closing ceremonies of major sporting events. Koert was invited to give a presentation and share his thoughts with an audience of professionals about his experience as principal lighting designer of Singapore Youth Olympic Games in 2010.
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The panel of 4 internationally renowned lighting experts discussed the challenges faced during the production of unique large-scale events that receive a global televised audience. Topics varied from "the original concept" through "the difficulties faced in working in new venues" to "how a balance is struck between the live environment and the event perception of a television audience. The group also highlighted the crucial factors to be taken into account: incorporation in the entire set of cutting edge technologies, sense of national pride from the organizing committee, incorporation of cultural differences and challenge of setting up a long lasting experience for audience at live show.
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HOW WE MAKE LIGHT ENHANCING GRAFFITI PAINTING IN GHENT
ACTLD was commissioned by SIEN, the museum scenography agency, to team up with Steve Locatelli, the graffiti artist, and create a made to measure art installation for the underground passage in the City of Ghent. The passage was closed for many years and for the occasion of re-opening it for the public, SIEN combined the strengths of artists from various universes to obtain an original art installation in order to provide an experience accessible for everyone.
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Creative vision of the artists was expressed into an urban and modern UV graffiti painting for which a made to measure lighting fixture was created. The combination of white and UV LED's with ordinary and UV sensitive paints, add drama and an original futuristic effect becoming a “permanent exhibition display”.
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