Louis-Xavier Gagnon-Lebrun (Atomic3)

Multimedia Installation Designer, Lighting Designer

A lighting designer in the fields of architecture and the performing arts, LouisXavier GagnonLebrun is currently writing his master’s thesis in architectural lighting design (Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm). He has worked on many architectural lighting projects, including illuminating the new facade of the Salle-Albert- Rousseau in Quebec City, Le Potager des Visionnaires by artistic director Franco Dragone at the Musée de la civilisation also in Quebec City in 2008, the Chute du GrandSault at the Canyon des portes de l’enfer in Rimouski, and Fresque de Nuit, a multimedia show in the former MontLaurier cathedral square in 20122013. In the theatre field, LouisXavier worked with the company Ex Machina for over ten years. There he designed the lighting for five of director Robert Lepage’s productions including Le Dragon Bleu, a production for which he won the GasconRoux Prize for lighting design in 2009. LouisXavier has also participated in more than 40 lighting and video projects for the stage, including: Cirque du Soleil’s The Harbor of Lost Souls, The Wall of Sound in Lausanne by Dufour Spectacles et Images, and Enter Numan produced by Dansens Hus in Stockholm.