Working at Notre Dame is a real honour…
The esplanade of Notre Dame has been hosting Supervision from the very beginning of the history of large video screens in France.
Supervision has broadcasted Jessye Norman concerts, the ordination of new priests, the World Youth Days mass in 1987, the 850 years celebration of the Cathedral, the blessing of the new bells in 2013, and the farewells to great men like Abbé Pierre, Jean Paul II and François Mitterrand, where Helmut Koh’s intense emotion touched not only the audience gathered in front of our large video screens, but also spectators all over the world.
All these occasions have been emotion-filled moments, and Dame de Coeur 2018 is once again an extremely touching event.
For this second edition, SUPERVISION installs for the second time its large video screen LMB46 to the benefit of the Cathedral and the artistic team.
Hernan Poblete, CEO and founder of Supervision, tells us:
“For a citizen like me, born in Chile, working at Notre dame is a real honour, and taking at our charge for the second time the installation of our large video screen LMB46 gives us great joy and proud. Being part of the history of such a monument is just extraordinary! A high point this year is the promotion on our screen of “Laudato si” vue du ciel, illustrated by the well-known photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand”