Four nights, four marriage proposals, 45 projectors, 1'690'000 Ansi Lumen of light and a show that truly celebrates life.
Let’s celebrate life’s special moments together with the Tower Light ProjectionIn an art installation like no other, the Basel skyline will be illuminated with precious moments from around the world to celebrate 125 years of improving lives.Share
For four evenings from 28 September to 1 October, the Roche Tower in Basel, Switzerland, will be transformed into a unique art installation and monument to celebrating life’s special moments. Numerous artists and members of the community have contributed to an art show that will envelop the Roche Tower with bright lights and specialty sounds. Together with Basel, we celebrate all moments— big and small.
"Celebrate Moments — inspired by Basel": This "slideshow" has been co-created by citizens from the region. Locals were asked to submit photos and drawings to be projected onto the tower that "celebrate special moments in life."
"Celebrate Humanity — designed by FHNW": students from the University of Applied Sciences Northwestern (FHNW), Basel, Switzerland, unveil their semester projects that explore the many meanings of Humanity.
"Celebrate Life — presented by Roche": This chapter was created in collaboration with a renowned video-mapping content provider and is accompanied by a specially composed piece by DJ Worakls and the Basel Symphony Orchestra. Its motto is "Celebrate life."
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In order to make the Tower Light Projection a luminous experience for all from Basel and guests, we expressly ask that you comply with the currently valid Corona protection regulations:
Observe minimum distance
If you notice that it is getting too crowded, remember that you can also enjoy the projection in other clearly visible places via the SoundApp.
Be considerate of everyone
Please stay healthy.
The Basel Symphony Orchestra is one of Switzerland’s oldest and most innovative orchestras. With strong roots in north-western Switzerland, it has an impressive nationwide and international reputation.
Worakls is a French music composer in the field of electronic dance music. He mainly produces music in the genres of minimal techno, tech house and deep house.
Shaping the future - a thousand students, teachers and staff working and studying at the FHNW Academy of Art and Design make the institution a multi-faceted learning, teaching, and research community. It addresses and drives today’s socially relevant discourses in theory and practice, thus contributing significantly to the shape of tomorrow’s cultures.
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