The artist from Switzerland, Gerry Hofstetter, lit up the buildings in Lviv
As part of the light art tour, “Commemoration. Light for hope” by the Swiss artist Gerry Hofstetter lit up several buildings in Lviv. The action is dedicated to the anniversary of the full-scale invasion, to honor the victims, the press service of the Lviv City Council reports.
The art tour will last from February 22 to 27 and cover several Ukraine cities. The tour will start from Lviv. The famous artist Gerry Hofstetter is working with the buildings and monuments in Ukrainian cities. He will demonstrate Ukrainian symbols of indomitability and artistic projections for the anniversary of the full-scale war in Ukraine.
The author will make 15-minute projections using an electric generator. The tour route and locations are not disclosed for security reasons. However, the buildings were chosen in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine, together with local self-government.
Gerry Hofstetter is a world-renowned artist from Switzerland. He travels all over the world to implement light art projects of all sizes. His creativity is a guarantee that clients will have their message in both the media and the public consciousness. With his illuminations, Hofstetter encourages the beholder to contemplate how our planet can develop in an environmentally-friendly, sustainable manner.