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Certainly! Robe for Ubud Jazz Festival

The seventh Ubud Village Jazz Festival (UVJF) was staged at the Arma Art Museum in the fertile and beautiful Bali Uplands, Indonesia, welcoming a host of fabulous local and international artists. This year event curator Yuri Mahatma, gave a clear brief about the ambience he wanted to see and achieve on all of the stages., which was interpreted by set designer and artistic director Klick Swantara who also coordinated the production lighting design for the main ‘Giri’ Stage. This involved several Robe lighting fixtures – with 24 x LEDWash 300+s, six Pointes and six PicklePATTs – supplied as part of an equipment package from two local companies ETCetera Lighting and Lemmon.ID. The lights were positioned all over the stage roof rigged on a series of trusses.

The six Pointes were used to highlight and accent specific moments during some of the performances, a powerful ‘special’ for some of the more intense musical moments. The PicklePATTs boosted the general visual ambience, their large dish like reflectors looking interesting and contrasting with the baskets that had been sculpted into the set. This dynamic backdrop also became a 3D effect after dark with the addition of projections which were mapped to fit the curved and shaped surface. Lighting was run from an Avolites Quartz console run by a team of operators from ETCetera Lighting. “We were very happy to work with Anom (the event’s founder) to bring all parties together for this festival. It was a local first in Bali to have this number of Robe fixtures on stage and the feedback has been absolutely spectacular. We are very much looking forward to the next edition of Ubud Village Jazz Festival!” stated Jens Poehlker, MD of Robe Lighting Asia Pacific. “Confirmed for 14th and 15th August 2020, we have ‘certainly’ marked our calendars already!”

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