There seems to be something universal in the human spirit that commands us to preserve important events in our collective memory. Commemorations are when we specifically stop to recall, respect and in some cases rejoice over our common heritage. Or mourn a searing loss.
Celebrating America’s independence on July 4th, for example, is a particularly joyful event. A sombre one might memorialize the tragic loss of friends, relatives and colleagues on 9/11.
Projected light can dramatize what we remember and how we feel about our memories. They can express joy or sadness, exuberance or solemn respect. We are proud to enhance any of these celebrations.