Due to the Corona pandemic, many appointments and face-to-face meetings cannot take place as planned. This also applies to the EU interregional project LUCIA (www.lucia-project.eu). Nevertheless, we would like to get to know the partners in the Baltic Sea region in order to promote the exchange creatively and to be able to work beyond phone and video calls. That’s why we came up with a little “video challenge”.
Each city in the LUCIA project (Tallin, Albertslund, Jurmala, Porvoo, St. Petersburg and Hamburg), which implements new, modern lighting concepts within the framework of a selected study area, presents in a short video versatile ideas and plans for the planned participation processes with citizens. The aim of the EU’s LUCIA project is to make the urban lighting of the selected cities in the Baltic Sea region more sustainable. Modern light knowledge, technology, social acceptance and economic questions are taken into account in the planning. In advance citizens are interviewed about the various concepts.With the help of a pre-structured script, it is possible to film from home, office or even outside at the study area, to creatively present what is to be implemented in the respective pilot sites. So our team met together with the Altona district office and the konsalt team at the end of april for the video shoot – outside and at distance.
As part of this project, Ulrike Brandi Licht’s team is responsible for the preparation of feasibility studies and creative workshops on lighting concepts of the Elbe hiking trail.