WOKINGHAM, England – (July 21, 2016) – In 1524, the Dominican Order built the Monastery of San Esteban in Salamanca, a building combining Gothic and Baroque styles and a genuinely stunning Plateresque facade. Not far short of its 500th anniversary, this was the facade mapped for the
Festival de Luz y Vanguardias held for the first time this year, using the city’s most iconic monuments as impromptu screens. Three
Christie Boxer 4K30 projectors, managed by the rental and staging company
Sono, powered no less than 90,000 lumens to create a spectacular mapping projection on the monastery.
At the helm of the technical production was José Luis Iglesias, director of events company
Heavents, who brought on board Sono as the event’s audiovisual supplier. Sono facilitated the rental of the audiovisual equipment, the adjustment of the video projections, the mounting and technical assistance to cover the various spaces employed for the festival.
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