Luminous Finland 100 light art ensemble comprised six massive pieces of light art that were exhibited all around Finland during this jubilee year of Finnish independence. Familiar Finnish landmarks, natural diversity and some historical sites were highlighted by light art in an unprecedented way. Luminous Finland 100 was a part of the official jubilee programme of Finnish independence and it was the biggest one of the art concepts. The main sponsor for the light art ensemble was the Prime Minister’s Office in Finland.
The artwork for the Jubilee Year Opening Ceremony in Töölönlahti Bay of Helsinki on 31st December 2016 launched the light art series. Luminous Finland 100 ensemble culminated around the Finnish Independence Day jubilee week, 28th November - 6th December, 2017, when the pieces of light art series were lit one-by-one in Olavinlinna Castle in Savonlinna, Näsinneula Observation Tower in Tampere, Kuusisaari Isle in Oulu, Saana Fell in Kilpisjärvi, and Turku Castle in Turku.
31st Dec, 2016-1st Jan, 2017 Opening Ceremony, Töölönlahti Bay, Helsinki
28th-29th Nov, 2017 Savonlinna, Olavinlinna Castle
30th Nov-1st Dec, 2017 Tampere, Näsinneula Observation Tower
2nd-3rd Dec, 2017 Oulu, Kuusisaari Isle
4th-5th Dec, 2017 Kilpisjärvi, Saana Fell
5th-6th Dec, 2017 Turku, Turku Castle