The Lumen Sitges Festival, in which the century-old architecture of the town’s centre was combined with video mapping, was held from 19-20 May.
SINOCA produced a video mapping on the façade of the Church of St. Bartholomew and St. Tecla, which was chosen by the jury as the winner among 25 participants.
‘El Templo del Modernismo’, the award-winning show, pays tribute to modernist Sitges, one of the main stages of this cultural and artistic movement that developed in Catalonia at the end of the 19th century. Using video mapping techniques, the artists Santiago Rusiñol and Ramón Casas converted the façade of the Punta inside the Cau Ferrat Museum and revealed some of the works it houses. The piano of Enric Granados is followed by the Vintage Car Rally, one of the town’s most important social events, and the flower carpet festival which fills the street with colour during the Corpus Christi festival.
The video mapping can be seen at: www.sinoca.es.