Bucharest celebrated its 650th anniversary through 3D video mapping, concerts and street art events

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Bucharest Days, marking the Romanian Capital’s 560th anniversary, have been celebrated this past weekend by two exclusive events, iCeleBrate my city and iMapp Festival.

The Capital has hosted street art performances, itinerant theatre shows, concerts, street animation, gastronomy demonstrations on Unirii Boulevard on Saturday and Sunday, while the already famous Constitutiei Square has hosted the sixth edition of the international 3D video mapping festival, iMapp Bucharest, as well as two concerts performed by Schiller and Waldeck on Saturday.

The winners of #iMappBucharest were:
– Jury Award: Michele Pusceddu (Italy)
– Public’s Choice Award: René şi Andrzej (Netherlands & Poland)

The awards were granted for “the hard work, creativity, dedication and love for video mapping”.

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Eight teams projected their 3D video mapping works on the facade of the House of Parliament: Antaless Visual Design, George Berlin Studios, 404.Zero, MØjØ STUDIO, Marco Morgese, Michele Pusceddu, René and Andrzej and Mindscape Studio.

The finalists had to create 4-minute 3D video mapping works on the topic “One map. Different journeys“.

Before the 3D video mapping contest, German artist Christopher von Deylen, aka SCHILLER, known for such electronic music hits as “I Feel You”, “A Beautiful Day” or “Smile”, and Viennese band Waldeck, famous for hits like “Memories”, “Make my Day” and “Addicted” have performed live on Constitutiei Square stage.

Schiller, by Alex Barbulescu

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