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SPOTLIGHT / POLAND : ITALY : FINLAND : GERMANY : NORWAY : SWEDEN FESTIVAL ROUND UP MILAN, ITALY


Mettiti in luce (Show your light), Diventa un angelo (Become an angel) and Accendi il tuo naviglio (Switch) were the suggestive titles of the three Scuola Politecnica di Design (SPD) students’ projects participating in the LED festival in Milan. Organised by the Council of Milan and taking place from December 4, 2010 to January 10, 2011, LED Light Exhibition Festival lit up the city with exciting installations and fascinating ideas, concepts and works conceived by renowned designers as well as students from Milan’s design schools and professionals, who have participated in a preliminary competition. Its second edition, the Festival is aiming at becoming a yearly event connecting the design and architectural world and its visions of urban spaces to everyday life via installations that can be enjoyed throughout the whole town. www.scuoladesign.com


Pic: Martina Bernardi


GDANSK, POLAND With more than 10,000 visitors in four days, NARRACJE has become the highlight of Gdansk’s outdoor events since its inception two years ago. For each edition the curator Bettina Pelz develops a new conceptual approach to the city of Gdansk in general, but also addresses general aspects of the public domain through site-specific work. www.gdansk2016.eu/narracje/


JYVÄSKYLÄ, FINLAND


City of Light is the result of cooperation between local firms and property owners and the City of Jyväskylä. The city’s lighting system is developed in order to create lighting which enhances security, is scenically valued and takes environmental effects into consideration. In addition to the growing amount of permanently illuminated sites and the special “Trilogy of Light” multimedia installation on the façade of Lyseo building, other features of the City of Light event include a lighting design conference, temporary light art installations and the Guerrilla Lighting exercise, as well


as the indoor and outdoor home illumination theme days.


www.jyvaskyla.fi


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