13 pics from the final weekend of Montreal's musical domino display (PHOTOS)

Jan 28 2019, 8:30 pm

As if toppling over giant dominoes isn’t fun enough, the ninth edition of Luminothérapie incorporated synchronized lights and music in the art display to bring in the maximum level of nostalgic fun.

Luminothérapie, Quebec’s largest temporary public art installation, was called “Effet domino” by Ingrid Ingrid. The installation featured 120 giant dominos spread out across several different stations.

Set up at Place des Festivals, every set of dominoes featured a different sound profile, ranging from vocals, percussion, marimba, balafon and flute. Guests could play DJ by  “scratching” and spinning the dominoes at different speeds.

The immersive, musical and luminous dominoes had been on display since December but have packed up for the 2018/19 season.

Luminothérapie will return in December of 2019 with a new, exciting, immersive display that has yet to be announced.

If you didn’t get the chance to play with these gigantic musical dominoes, check out these mesmerizing pictures and videos until LuminothĂ©rapie returns.

 

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