A production diagram describing the installation concept.
Another production diagram describing the installation concept.
Marek adjusting the projection mapping.
More projection mapping adjustment.
Children playing with the installation.
The view from the balcony.
In 2012 I created an audio-visual interactive installation for France’s national digital museum La Gaite Lyrique as the opening exhibit for their ground breaking art games exhibition Joue Le Jeu (Play Along.) The installation, entitiled Electricity Comes From Other Planets, was installed in the gallery’s main space, the 21 metre wide Mur Mezzanine, and consisted of eight large “planets” that react to the audience’s movement with music and animation using generative music techniques, Kinnect sensors and projection mapping. For this installation I was joined by programmer / animator Marek Bereza and music producer James Bulley, as well as my former Airside co-director Nat Hunter, all awesome collaborators. Thanks a lot folks – I really enjoyed this one!