Artists registry labelSUBMIT YOUR WORK TO THE FESTIVAL

Submission is now closed for Lana Lights 2015, however if would you like to submit work to the 2016 festival click here to read how to register and what we are looking for. 

Previous Festival Artists/Groups

Eugenio Andrighetto (IT)

Alfredo Bernacchia (IT)

Bombay Dub Orchestra (UK)

Valter Binotto (IT)

Giorgio Cividal (IT)

Carlo Conti (IT)

Domenico Drago (IT)

Todd Gipstein (USA)

Paul Hicks (AUS)

Bruce Hornstein (USA)

Dixie Hornstein (USA)

Nick Ketteringham (UK/FR)

Alf Kuhlmann (AUS)

Luciano Laghi Benelli (IT)

Francesco Lopergolo (IT)

David Lyons (UK)

Andrew T. Mackay (UK)

Gruppo Mignon (IT)

Hermann Miller (DE)

Franz Miller (DE)

Luis Moser (IT)

Phil Ogden (UK)

Mal Padgett (AUS)

Raymonde Renoud (FR)

Diego De Riz (IT)

Alex Rowbotham (UK/IT)

Hans Ruedisueli (NL)

Antoine Ruedisueli (NL)

Aldo Di Russo (IT)

Pascal Sauley (FR)

Sandro Di Stefano (IT)

Roberto Tibaldi (IT)

Franco Toso (IT)

Cristina Toso (IT)

Claudio Tuti (IT)

Chris White (UK)

Darryl Williams (UK)

Q. I am an artist/photographer/designer and would like to show my work at this festival or a future one. How may I participate?

A. Any artist or group (professional or amateur) may apply to have their work screened at the festival or apply to create a new building projection. However there is some criteria which needs to be met. In general, this will not be your first work and in the case of building projections you must have created one and presented to an audience before. We strongly suggest that you register your interest with us now. Click to read more information.


Q. Is the festival presenting only architectural projections or will there also be space for artists to present 'traditional' multivision?

A. We will present at least one session of traditional multivision screenings. Anyone may apply to have their work screened. However there is some criteria which needs to be met. In general, this will not be your first work and you must have presented to a public audience before. It will not be longer than 10 minutes. We strongly suggest that you register your interest with us now then send us a link to your work online.


Q. When is the application deadline for artists to participate in the festival?

A. The sooner the better. For architectural projections we do not have a deadline date set, however in general the selection is usually made no later than 3 months before the festival date, therefore your proposal should arrive with us before then. When buildings are confirmed the mapping of these will be done after the selection process and relevant files will be supplied to those selected. Final delivery of finished work is three weeks before the festival date, to give time for testing. Please register with us to receive news and updates as and when they become available by using the contact form at the bottom of this page.


Q. When is the submission deadline for traditional multivision shows (not architectural work)?

A. If your work has been selected then delivery of final high resolution copy is due one month before the festival date. However, to submit your work to be considered for selection this should be done at least three months before festival date.


Q. If my application to be a participating architectural artist is accepted, what can I expect in terms of financial help?

A. At present (2015) the festival organisers are unable to guarantee full funding of individual projects as there is no budget to pay all artists on a commission basis. However, as a minimum, we are able to assist with accommodation at the festival itself and transfers from/to airports or train stations (within a reasonable distance) in which case the accommodation must be arranged and booked by us. In some cases there may be a possibility of contributing towards production costs and travel expenses but this will depend entirely upon budget availability at the time the festival closes. There will also usually be at least one festival dinner/party for all participating artists and staff (in 2015 this is three). We therefore suggest that you may be able to source art funding or sponsorship locally to you, especially if you are living and working outside of Italy.

All projection, audio and related equipment will be paid for and provided on site by Luce Dipinta, during the festival and for test/rehearsals. We suggest that if your show runs directly from specialised computer software, you bring the computer with you, we will not install other software on our media servers/computers.


Q. Can I use specialized audio and presentation equipment?

A. If your proposal fits within the remit of the festival (reviewed on an individual basis) then you may include extra audio and visual hardware and/or software in your production, however you must provide a detailed technical list along with your application. We will then let you know which items we can provide for you, you will have the responsibility of supplying and setting up of any equipment which you provide. We cannot accept any liability for any  equipment not provided by us.

In general, all projection, audio and related equipment will be paid for and provided on site by Luce Dipinta, during the festival and for test/rehearsals. We suggest that if your show runs directly from specialised computer software, you bring the computer with you, we will not install other software on our media servers/computers.


Q. What projection equipment will the festival be using?

A. The projection equipment will depend upon the final choice of buildings being used, we will ensure that the projectors have sufficient brightness for the buildings involved, we shall be using PC media servers installed with our preferred s/w Dataton Watchout (or Stumpfl Wings). One building (2015) will be using a single Barco HDX20FLEX WUXGA 20,000 ansi lumens. The second building will be using 2 overlapping Sanyo 1024x768 projectors 15,000 ansi lumens.


Q. Is it possible to produce work for the festival in surround sound?

A. Surround sound is not supported yet. This would only be possible if you provide the extra hardware/software and set it up on-site. The festival provides a high quality standard stereo audio system and relative hardware. If you require microphones, video cameras for content input and/or extra cables for any live element then we should be able to provide this on the condition that we have notice of this in your submission document. If there is anything we are unable to provide then we shall inform you in order that you make your own provision.


Q. Is it possible to include a live performer to interact with the architectural projections?

A. Yes, we encourage a live element to be included. This may be live music, song, poetry, dance or acting. You may also integrate these elements into the projections using live video camera feeds. You may also consider if there is physical interaction of the projected images by someone live or even audience participation. Detail as much as possible about you ideas in your proposal, including a list of technical hardware required.


Q. May I propose curating/presenting a workshop for the festival?

A. We are always interested in providing workshops to our audience and other artists. The main criteria is that the subject and/or results from the workshop is related to the projected image. For example in 2015 Basurama from Madrid run a youth workshop to create a bicycle from recycled material, capable of carrying a projector with it's own power and audio system - a Bicinecleta.


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How to make a building projection

During the festival there will be an opportunity to attend a presentation "How did you do that?" an informal and general discussion talk with examples, of how one of the festival architectural projections was made. Watchout V5, will be discussed as this is Lana Lights preferred software for building mapping.

Presented in two or three languages through interpreters.

Logo Dataton

Artists registry labelSUBMIT YOUR WORK TO THE FESTIVAL

Submission is now closed for Lana Lights 2015, however if would you like to submit work to the 2016 festival click here to read how to register and what we are looking for. 

Previous Festival Artists/Groups

Eugenio Andrighetto (IT)

Alfredo Bernacchia (IT)

Bombay Dub Orchestra (UK)

Valter Binotto (IT)

Giorgio Cividal (IT)

Carlo Conti (IT)

Domenico Drago (IT)

Todd Gipstein (USA)

Paul Hicks (AUS)

Bruce Hornstein (USA)

Dixie Hornstein (USA)

Nick Ketteringham (UK/FR)

Alf Kuhlmann (AUS)

Luciano Laghi Benelli (IT)

Francesco Lopergolo (IT)

David Lyons (UK)

Andrew T. Mackay (UK)

Gruppo Mignon (IT)

Hermann Miller (DE)

Franz Miller (DE)

Luis Moser (IT)

Phil Ogden (UK)

Mal Padgett (AUS)

Raymonde Renoud (FR)

Diego De Riz (IT)

Alex Rowbotham (UK/IT)

Hans Ruedisueli (NL)

Antoine Ruedisueli (NL)

Aldo Di Russo (IT)

Pascal Sauley (FR)

Sandro Di Stefano (IT)

Roberto Tibaldi (IT)

Franco Toso (IT)

Cristina Toso (IT)

Claudio Tuti (IT)

Chris White (UK)

Darryl Williams (UK)

Artists registry labelSUBMIT YOUR WORK TO THE FESTIVAL

Submission is now closed for Lana Lights 2015, however if would you like to submit work to the 2016 festival click here to read how to register and what we are looking for. 

Previous Festival Artists/Groups

Eugenio Andrighetto (IT)

Alfredo Bernacchia (IT)

Bombay Dub Orchestra (UK)

Valter Binotto (IT)

Giorgio Cividal (IT)

Carlo Conti (IT)

Domenico Drago (IT)

Todd Gipstein (USA)

Paul Hicks (AUS)

Bruce Hornstein (USA)

Dixie Hornstein (USA)

Nick Ketteringham (UK/FR)

Alf Kuhlmann (AUS)

Luciano Laghi Benelli (IT)

Francesco Lopergolo (IT)

David Lyons (UK)

Andrew T. Mackay (UK)

Gruppo Mignon (IT)

Hermann Miller (DE)

Franz Miller (DE)

Luis Moser (IT)

Phil Ogden (UK)

Mal Padgett (AUS)

Raymonde Renoud (FR)

Diego De Riz (IT)

Alex Rowbotham (UK/IT)

Hans Ruedisueli (NL)

Antoine Ruedisueli (NL)

Aldo Di Russo (IT)

Pascal Sauley (FR)

Sandro Di Stefano (IT)

Roberto Tibaldi (IT)

Franco Toso (IT)

Cristina Toso (IT)

Claudio Tuti (IT)

Chris White (UK)

Darryl Williams (UK)

Q. I am an artist/photographer/designer and would like to show my work at this festival or a future one. How may I participate?

A. Any artist or group (professional or amateur) may apply to have their work screened at the festival or apply to create a new building projection. However there is some criteria which needs to be met. In general, this will not be your first work and in the case of building projections you must have created one and presented to an audience before. We strongly suggest that you register your interest with us now. Click to read more information.


Q. Is the festival presenting only architectural projections or will there also be space for artists to present 'traditional' multivision?

A. We will present at least one session of traditional multivision screenings. Anyone may apply to have their work screened. However there is some criteria which needs to be met. In general, this will not be your first work and you must have presented to a public audience before. It will not be longer than 10 minutes. We strongly suggest that you register your interest with us now then send us a link to your work online.


Q. When is the application deadline for artists to participate in the festival?

A. The sooner the better. For architectural projections we do not have a deadline date set, however in general the selection is usually made no later than 3 months before the festival date, therefore your proposal should arrive with us before then. When buildings are confirmed the mapping of these will be done after the selection process and relevant files will be supplied to those selected. Final delivery of finished work is three weeks before the festival date, to give time for testing. Please register with us to receive news and updates as and when they become available by using the contact form at the bottom of this page.


Q. When is the submission deadline for traditional multivision shows (not architectural work)?

A. If your work has been selected then delivery of final high resolution copy is due one month before the festival date. However, to submit your work to be considered for selection this should be done at least three months before festival date.


Q. If my application to be a participating architectural artist is accepted, what can I expect in terms of financial help?

A. At present (2015) the festival organisers are unable to guarantee full funding of individual projects as there is no budget to pay all artists on a commission basis. However, as a minimum, we are able to assist with accommodation at the festival itself and transfers from/to airports or train stations (within a reasonable distance) in which case the accommodation must be arranged and booked by us. In some cases there may be a possibility of contributing towards production costs and travel expenses but this will depend entirely upon budget availability at the time the festival closes. There will also usually be at least one festival dinner/party for all participating artists and staff (in 2015 this is three). We therefore suggest that you may be able to source art funding or sponsorship locally to you, especially if you are living and working outside of Italy.

All projection, audio and related equipment will be paid for and provided on site by Luce Dipinta, during the festival and for test/rehearsals. We suggest that if your show runs directly from specialised computer software, you bring the computer with you, we will not install other software on our media servers/computers.


Q. Can I use specialized audio and presentation equipment?

A. If your proposal fits within the remit of the festival (reviewed on an individual basis) then you may include extra audio and visual hardware and/or software in your production, however you must provide a detailed technical list along with your application. We will then let you know which items we can provide for you, you will have the responsibility of supplying and setting up of any equipment which you provide. We cannot accept any liability for any  equipment not provided by us.

In general, all projection, audio and related equipment will be paid for and provided on site by Luce Dipinta, during the festival and for test/rehearsals. We suggest that if your show runs directly from specialised computer software, you bring the computer with you, we will not install other software on our media servers/computers.


Q. What projection equipment will the festival be using?

A. The projection equipment will depend upon the final choice of buildings being used, we will ensure that the projectors have sufficient brightness for the buildings involved, we shall be using PC media servers installed with our preferred s/w Dataton Watchout (or Stumpfl Wings). One building (2015) will be using a single Barco HDX20FLEX WUXGA 20,000 ansi lumens. The second building will be using 2 overlapping Sanyo 1024x768 projectors 15,000 ansi lumens.


Q. Is it possible to produce work for the festival in surround sound?

A. Surround sound is not supported yet. This would only be possible if you provide the extra hardware/software and set it up on-site. The festival provides a high quality standard stereo audio system and relative hardware. If you require microphones, video cameras for content input and/or extra cables for any live element then we should be able to provide this on the condition that we have notice of this in your submission document. If there is anything we are unable to provide then we shall inform you in order that you make your own provision.


Q. Is it possible to include a live performer to interact with the architectural projections?

A. Yes, we encourage a live element to be included. This may be live music, song, poetry, dance or acting. You may also integrate these elements into the projections using live video camera feeds. You may also consider if there is physical interaction of the projected images by someone live or even audience participation. Detail as much as possible about you ideas in your proposal, including a list of technical hardware required.


Q. May I propose curating/presenting a workshop for the festival?

A. We are always interested in providing workshops to our audience and other artists. The main criteria is that the subject and/or results from the workshop is related to the projected image. For example in 2015 Basurama from Madrid run a youth workshop to create a bicycle from recycled material, capable of carrying a projector with it's own power and audio system - a Bicinecleta.


- - - - - - - - - -

How to make a building projection

During the festival there will be an opportunity to attend a presentation "How did you do that?" an informal and general discussion talk with examples, of how one of the festival architectural projections was made. Watchout V5, will be discussed as this is Lana Lights preferred software for building mapping.

Presented in two or three languages through interpreters.

Logo Dataton

Artists registry labelSUBMIT YOUR WORK TO THE FESTIVAL

Submission is now closed for Lana Lights 2015, however if would you like to submit work to the 2016 festival click here to read how to register and what we are looking for. 

Previous Festival Artists/Groups

Eugenio Andrighetto (IT)

Alfredo Bernacchia (IT)

Bombay Dub Orchestra (UK)

Valter Binotto (IT)

Giorgio Cividal (IT)

Carlo Conti (IT)

Domenico Drago (IT)

Todd Gipstein (USA)

Paul Hicks (AUS)

Bruce Hornstein (USA)

Dixie Hornstein (USA)

Nick Ketteringham (UK/FR)

Alf Kuhlmann (AUS)

Luciano Laghi Benelli (IT)

Francesco Lopergolo (IT)

David Lyons (UK)

Andrew T. Mackay (UK)

Gruppo Mignon (IT)

Hermann Miller (DE)

Franz Miller (DE)

Luis Moser (IT)

Phil Ogden (UK)

Mal Padgett (AUS)

Raymonde Renoud (FR)

Diego De Riz (IT)

Alex Rowbotham (UK/IT)

Hans Ruedisueli (NL)

Antoine Ruedisueli (NL)

Aldo Di Russo (IT)

Pascal Sauley (FR)

Sandro Di Stefano (IT)

Roberto Tibaldi (IT)

Franco Toso (IT)

Cristina Toso (IT)

Claudio Tuti (IT)

Chris White (UK)

Darryl Williams (UK)

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