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Chimes

2018 - 2022

From 2018 to 2022, Creos tour produced Chimes in 7 cities of North America, including Chicago, Houston, Mississauga, and Ottawa. 

A modern and surprising chime, Chimes is inspired by the scientific concept of strange attractors. A random disorder is set up thanks to 30 lights and 8 speakers that come to life at the slightest swaying of the chimes.

Created by Collectif Blackbox and Coproduced by MONTRÉAL EN LUMIÈRE and Quartier des Spectacles Partnership.

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domino effect

2021-2022

In 2021, Creos produced the first ever presentation of domino effect in the United States, in Cherry Creek North, and then in Canada in Calgary. 

A multicolored domino orchestra, domino effect consists of 120 giant dominos and delivers some fun and entertaining experience that brings people together and fosters a spirit of cooperation.

Created by Ingrid Ingrid and produced by Quartier des Spectacles Partnership.

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Entre les rangs

2016-2022

From 2016 to 2022, Creos tour produced Entre les rangs (City Field) in 11 cities in 4 countries, including Washington, Calgary, Paris and London.

A sensory stroll through an urban field, the installation Entre les rangs covers a public space with thousands of flexible white stems topped with white reflectors that capture the rhythm of the surrounding urban space and reflect its life.

Created by KANVA and produced by Quartier des Spectacles Partnership.

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Face

2018-2019

In 2018 and 2019, Creos tour produced Face in Montréal, Ottawa, Calgary and El Paso. 

True interactive installation, Face is a video-mapped sculpture that allows the user to play with its own identity. Public just have to stand in front of the sculpture to be magically captured.

Created by Thomas Voillaume and Florian Girardot and Coproduced by MONTRÉAL EN LUMIÈRE (Illuminart), Fées d’hiver and Fête des lumières de Lyon

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Find Bob

2018

In 2018 Creos brought Find Bob to Edmonton.

Find Bob is a massive animated game that uses the city as a screen. It will give a neighborhood liveliness and color by reimagining the popular game Where’s Waldo? The public will be asked to find Bob, lurking somewhere in the outlandish background of the seven dynamic scenes. 

Created by Champagne Club Sandwich and produced by Quartier des Spectacles Partnership.

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Iceberg

2017-2022

From 2017 to 2022, Creos took Iceberg on a journey to 8 cities in North America, including Detroit, New York, Scottsdale and Toronto. 

Iceberg is an immersive interactive installation that follows the life cycle of an iceberg.  Metal arches form an irregular tunnel for visitors to explore. While walking through Iceberg, visitors set off an enveloping symphony of light and sound that varies with the pace of their transit. A thought-provoking but playful piece about climate change.

Created by Félix Dagenais and Louis-Xavier Gagnon-Lebrun and Coproduced by ATOMIC3 and Quartier des Spectacles Partnership.

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Island of Warmth

2017-2022

From 2017 to 2022, in addition to completing the first release of the installation in China, Creos took Island of Warmth on a journey to 7 cities in North America, including Green Bay, Detroit, Ottawa, and Norfolk. 

An electrifying campfire that comes to life. The Island of Warmth is an interactive light installation made of more than 150 incandescent light bulbs that lets visitors generate the fire’s sounds and movements.

Created by Félix Dagenais and Louis-Xavier Gagnon-Lebrun and Coproduced by ATOMIC3, MONTRÉAL EN LUMIÈRE and Quartier des Spectacles Partnership.

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Impulse

2016-2022

From 2016 to 2022, Creos completed an impressive 50-city tour in 8 countries on 3 continents with Impulse. These cities include Vancouver, Dallas and New York in North America, Brussels, Vienna and London in Europe, Brisbane and Adelaide in Australia. 

Impulse is a publicly activated light and sound experience composed of a series of interactive illuminated see‐saws that respond and transform when put into motion by people. An ever‐changing urban composition and urban instrument, in which city dwellers are the musicians and artists.

Created by Lateral Office and CS Design and produced by Quartier des Spectacles Partnership.

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Loop

2017-2022From 2017 to 2022, Creos tour produced Loop in Switzerland, in Germany and in more than 25 cities in North America, including Breckenridge, Boston, Niagara Falls and Scottsdale. The illuminated musical installation Loop is inspired by the zoetrope, an optical toy invented in the 19th century. Loop uses cylinders two meters in diameter and plays short flip-book-style movies inspired by Quebec literature. Members of the public are invited to sit down inside the zoetrope, pump the bar, and make the image cylinder turn and have the pictures spring into motion. Created by Olivier Girouard (Ekumen), Jonathan Villeneuve and Ottoblix and produced by Quartier des Spectacles Partnership.

From 2017 to 2022, Creos tour produced Loop in Switzerland, in Germany and in more than 25 cities in North America, including Breckenridge, Boston, Niagara Falls and Scottsdale. 

The illuminated musical installation Loop is inspired by the zoetrope, an optical toy invented in the 19th century. Loop uses cylinders two meters in diameter and plays short flip-book-style movies inspired by Quebec literature.  Members of the public are invited to sit down inside the zoetrope, pump the bar, and make the image cylinder turn and have the pictures spring into motion.

Created by Olivier Girouard (Ekumen), Jonathan Villeneuve and Ottoblix and produced by Quartier des Spectacles Partnership.

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Les Luminuits

2018-2020

From 2018 to 2020, Creos tour produced Les Luminuits in Roumania and North American cities, including Edmonton and Saint Paul.

Three shadows come alive in a flash. These large shadows, usually lurking in the night, come out of hiding and await you. Be careful, the Luminuits are shy! The only way to reveal them is to take a picture with the flash! 

Created by La Camaraderie and Coproduced by La Camaraderie and Fêtes des Lumières de Lyon.

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Prismatica

2016-2022

From 2016 to 2022, Creos completed an impressive 48-city tour in 5 countries on 3 continents with Prismatica. These cities include Calgary, Seattle, Jerusalem, London and Lugano. 

A modern ice palace. Prismatica is a participatory installation comprising pivoting prisms more than two meters tall. Each one is made of panels covered with a dichroic film that reflects the colors of the rainbow, varying with the light source and viewing angle. After sunset, the enormous interactive kaleidoscope’s illusory effects reach a crescendo.

Created by Raw Design in collaboration with ATOMIC3 and produced by Quartier des Spectacles Partnership.

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Sonic Forest

2020

In 2020, Creos tour produced Sonic Forest in Charlotte and Greensboro. 

Sonic Forest is composed of 16 columns (trees) each containing audio speakers, lights and photoelectric sensors. Touching the electronic trees triggers a series of events-from an original score of melodic tones, environmental sounds, and spoken or whispered expressions to an ever-changing color palette of LED lights. 

Created by Christopher Janney and produced by PhenomenArts, Inc.

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Spectrum

2019-2021

From 2019 to 2021, Creos has taken Spectrum to Saudi Arabia, as well as to Montreal and Ottawa.

The Spectrum interactive installation sheds light on the phenomenon of communication, by displaying the path taken by the waves generated by voices and other sounds. A voice message becomes a cascade of waves and luminous pulses, illustrating the fascinating trajectories of sound.

Created by HUB Studio and Coproduced by Quays Culture and Quartier des Spectacles Partnership.

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The Compassion Machine

2018-2019

In 2018 and 2019, Creos tour produced The Compassion Machine in Belgium, as well as in Montreal and Ottawa.

By letting themselves be scanned by the immense camera, spectators receive a personalized prediction of their future altruistic actions. The Compassion Machine consists in a monitoring system that has been diverted. The device presents a gigantic pyramid with two oversize cameras and lighting dials with generative music.  

Created by Ensemble Ensemble and Coproduced by National Film Board of Canada and Quartier des Spectacles Partnership.