In addition to the Mapping Competition, you will be able to savour the most intense experience of the festival if you walk along all 29 stations our boulevard of light at The Route of Light. After twilight, the local and foreign artists' site-specific lightworks amaze visitors. Their compositions are displayed in the cozy streets, squares, inner gardens and church facades of Pécs.
In the evenings, The Route of Light, expanded with new locations this year, will make downtown Pécs a dazzling wonder world. Visitors interested can come across light creations made with both analogue and digital techniques, as well as static and interactively controlled installations. In addition to domestic artists, the works of Finnish, Spanish, Brazilian and Mexican artists make The Route of Light an international curiosity.
At the free festival, those who want even more experience, The Route of Light Extra can offer something more at its exclusive locations and exclusive programs. They can be visited by purchasing a festival wrist-band.
Concept of Route of Light: Péter Pusker
Co-curators: Bálint Gévai, Andrea Kovács, Márton Noll
You can visit The Route of Light:
Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 21.30–01.00
Stations with different availabilities will be indicated at the relevant descriptions!
For detailed information regarding ticket purchase: Information
The Route of Light map is avaliable through this link.
Where it is not specifically indicated, the creations can be seen free of charge!
Other than the attractions of the Route of Light, unique lightarts can be seen at our joining program hosts, which are: Nana Bistro & Bar, Nappali, Szabadkikötő, Trezor, Wunderbar.
Artists: Grafoscope (Emil Schulteisz), JoFa Laser, Emese Karácsony, XGrid Lab