Light-Spray Visual uses high-powered projectors and hand-made mechanical structures to enlighten the city of Oulu. All the projectors are synchronised to music, producing a five-minute analog light show.

The artists’ vision is to bring the visitors to nature, highlighting the importance of caring for the local and global environment which contributes to our physical and mental well-being. The installation makes use of elements of the mechanical world which smoothly transform into tranquility.

Light-Spray Visual (Fényszóró Visual) has been using various methods of light painting for more than 15 years. They have upgraded overhead projectors and built different mechanical structures which produce the moving effect of the visualisation. Furthermore, the moving effect has been synced to music. Every painting and structure is a wholly unique piece, producing a fascinating visualisation of buildings and nature.

Artists: Balint Gevai (art director and designer) & David Pal Horak (technical manager) (Hungary)

In partnership with LähiTapiola Pohjoinen


Performance info

17-19 Nov from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Kirkkokatu 9
Free admission