With just over a month until this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest takes place, the stage design has now been released. The visual displays have been described as ‘very modern’ and ‘representative for a competition organised for young people in the 21st century,’ and will feature technical aspects never used before at the contest, such as elements of augmented reality.
The design features many spherical and round shapes which will be displayed on multimedia surfaces. The author of scenography, Anna Brodnicka was inspired by the symbolism of a circle and its connection to our lives.
‘The circle has always been a symbol of perfectness, life and unity,” Anna said. “We move around the circle of life… We all experience many changes during this journey: Starting as children, then becoming a teenager and finally moving into adulthood’
Here are some of the stage design images: