The lighting system for events needs techniques and materials much similar to those of the lighting system for the show biz.
There’s a scene, there’s a main character, persons and/or products, needing to influence and to communicate.
It is not necessary to have a curtain to set up a theatre stage.
There are also particular places, like large convention halls, in which the spectacular aspect is interlaced with the functional one, and must be managed with extreme flexibility.
Great spaces collecting a wide audience and much heterogeneous ones, with multiple requirements.
The equipments and the lighting techniques will have to guarantee the best results in every context, with the minimum set up time.
In the exhibition spaces the light must help the correct interpretation, the semantic reading of the exposed works.
Beyond their historical age, good lighting can help the tuning of the exposed works with our inner world.
Beyond the technical and scientific aspects of protection and conservation of the exposed works, the light becomes a factor of interaction and communication and it’s involved with the place, the space and the time, the perceptive experience, the world of imagination and emotions, to offer an aesthetic and vital enjoyment of the artworks.
Reflections and dazzling lights must be carefully managed.
In this case, the lighting fixtures will have to be chosen or custom-made to minimize their visibility, keeping in mind that the lighting system should always be a tactful support of the artworks.
The protagonists are exposed; the light must then be essential but humble as a discreet background figure.
We have developed an internationally awarded Control System, allowing to meet both exhibition and conservation requirements, interacting with the visitors.