As November 15, the evening of the Junior Eurovision 2014 final, approaches, more details are coming to light. That’s not that difficult given that we’re headed to suny Malta! Today Maltese producers revealed the stage plan and design to the Heads of Delegations. As you can see for yourself, it’s futuristic, modern and complex. We likey!
Designed by Claudio Santucci, the stage consists of triangles in different sizes, conjuring up the ancient art of origami to form the JESC logo. “It’s a very flexible and easy to use shape,” says John McCullagh, the Creative Director for this year’s competition. Each delegation will have the chance to give the origami a unique design for their stage show. The shapes can also move and come together for extra versatility.
Junior Eurovision stage
The 28-metre stage features a 9m high LED screen (of a high resolution) and smaller LED screens (of lower resolution) all inside triangle-shaped mirrors. There are also 2 catwalks, small LED elements on the floor, an LED floor at the centre of the stage, as well as a lighting wall behing the main LED screen. Ya got all that?
This stage will welcome delegations from 16 different countries and should by ready by the 6th of November.