Almonry Projection Evesham
– explored the incredible hidden history of Hackney Central by working with the residents, visitors and the local council for over a year, stimulating imaginations through a series of artist-led workshops, events and installations, which combined different disciplines including digital and interactive art, music, spoken word, visual art, textiles and garden design.
Electric Bloom culminated in a large scale event featuring permanent and temporary light installations, an immersive app-led trail and the premiere of an original Electric Bloom music composition by Rowland Sutherland and Orphy Robinson performed by emerging musicians from Hackney.
Alice in Sunderland
– In September 2009 we won the tender to produce two permanent projected artworks as part of Sunderland’s ambitious Cultural Masterplan.
Central to these digital artworks on St Thomas Street are recurring images of the inside of the White Rabbit’s pocket watch. Imagery of brass cogs and the internal workings of clocks and watches runs throughout the work with images of local dancers from the Kathleen Davis Dance School, glass objects from the Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens, dancers from the Theatre Restaurant and images of welders from industrial ship crane builders Liebherr.
– has been the biggest dance project to have ever taken place in Worcestershire, touching the lives of thousands of people. From community classes to spectacular outdoor events, 12 Moves got Worcestershire dancing.
In May 2009 we were appointed as Artistic Directors of 12 Moves to bring a fresh digital perspective to this ambitious dance project. Since then we instigated guerilla projections, flash mobs, interactive installations, shop window performances and a large scale outdoor event. Over 6400 people have witnessed 12 Moves events, and nearly 4000 people have participated in dance activities. Read More…
The Illuminated Palace
– transforming the exterior of this glorious palace through lighting, sound and video mapping.
Commissioned by the Royal Pavilion to celebrate the opening of the Turner in Brighton exhibition, the display was inspired by Alexandra Loske’s research into Regency Colour and the astonishing interior décor of the palace.
Exterior Image Projectors
Video Projector (will need controlled environment housing)
Panasonic Projector PT-RZ475