Projection Mapping, Moving the Immovable - The Design Alchemist
Projection Mapping, Moving the Immovable - The Design Alchemist
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Projection Mapping, Moving the Immovable

Projection Mapping, Moving the Immovable

As a family, we have shared and participated in many rituals together. Two of which take place on Sunday and have for the last decade +.

Both are variations of news magazine shows, one which begins with the blast of the trumpet whilst the other, a tick-tick-tick of a stop-watch. I am referring to Sunday Morning and 60 Minutes. Is anyone out there nodding their heads??

3D Projection Mapping on "The Temple Of Whollyness" in Nevada by Ryan Uzilevsky

A few Sundays ago, as the percussion horn blew welcoming in Jane Pauley, I tucked myself into a cozy nook at home with a warm latte in one hand whilst the other caressed the head of my darling, snoozing Zoe. That morning I caught a truly invigorating feature on Projection Mapping and specifically the artist Ryan Uzilevsky and his company Light Harvest Studio. 

As humans, it is essential to surround ourselves with art. It gives meaning to our lives and helps us to understand our world, and quite honestly encourages us to realize what we care about and stand for in this life. As an adamant lover of design and architecture, witnessing a building come to life through 3D visual production allowed me to appreciate what “being surrounded” truly means, literally. As Ryan’s website shares: 

“Particularly, his current work studies the hybrid relationship between architecture and the moving image. A focus on the dynamic manipulation of perceived space and the unseen movements that are suggested within the architectural form. Moving the immovable.”

In need of an awe-inspiring moment today? Don’t we all? Find a cozy seat and take in the multimedia intersection of digital media, dance, theater, installation, and music.

Michelle Witherby
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