Call for projects: Luminale 2016
Luminale 2016, « the first time the Luminale takes place before the change to the summertime, so that we can use the darkness for light events one hour earlier/longer » explaines Helmut M. Bien, the Luminale director. Call for projects.
For more than 12 years now, Luminale has been held every two years, alongside the Light+Building trade fair.
With its 250.000 visitors at the last event in 2014, it is now established as the Biennale of Lighting Culture in Germany.
Luminale is a platform for ideas and innovations that relate to lighting, energy efficiency, the application of new technologies and materials and to the quality of life in our cities. Participation in Luminale is a tried and tested instrument for gaining public attention.
The Luminale in 2016 will transform again:
- inner-urban places
- parks and bridges,
- high rises,
- present installations in museums,
- factory buildings,
- clubs and party locations,
- to showrooms and shops.
How do I set about participating?
« The conditions of participation have not changed towards in 2014 » Helmut M. Bien. « The scenes of the Luminale are the cities of Frankfurt am Main and Offenbach. The last more than 180 light events were to be seen by about one quarter of million spectators. Thousands of photographers also went on photo safari ».
« Talk events like the quite traditional Pecha-Kucha Luminale Night to this year’s international year of light, art openings, concerts, excursions of the Klimatours up to the Designer Walks with World-Architects lighted up the facets of the light ».
Pre-registration / Submission of projects
Can register their projects at the Luminale Project Office :
- Lighting planners
- Cultural institutions
- installations and designer items in the public domain,
- architectural lighting,
- displays and exhibitions,
- guided tours,
- receptions: launches, private views, parties, etc.
The last date for pre-registration is 2015, September 15.
The project must take place during Light+Building 2016, March 13 – 18 in Frankfurt or Offenbach, must be open to the public and represent a contribution to the development of lighting culture in general.
All substantive, organisational and financial liability is to be borne by the applicant for registration.
No prior automatic right to be included in the programme and in the publicity for Luminale exists. The decision as to whether or not a project is accepted as part of the Luminale programme lies solely with the Project Office.
Please fill in a pre-registration form for your Luminale project and submit it for approval to the Project Office.
Please also include additional information, describing the proposed project. We shall then get in contact with you to discuss how to proceed. We regret that we are unable to return any such materials to the applicant. The materials for a contractual registration will be sent to you after this preliminary exchange of information.
Please complete the registration form and return it via email or mail.
Approfondir le sujet
- Brian Eno, Quiet Club, Galliera, Luminale 2004, Francfort
- Olafur Eliasson, 360° Room for all colours, Schirn Kunsthalle, Luminale 2004, Francfort
- Markgraph, muséum d’histoire naturelle Senckenberg, Luminale 2004, Francfort
- Michael Batz, Römer, Luminale 2004, Francfort
- Musée de Weltkulturen, Luminale 2004, Francfort
- 2014-2004, parallèle culturel, Light+Building, Francfort
- Luminale 2014, rétrospective photos, Light+Building, Francfort
- Luminale, biennale de la lumière
- Francfort-sur-le-Main, Allemagne
Équipe du projet
Helmut M. Bien