I’ve been working with Moth Design on a commission for the Dark Mofo festival in Hobart, Tasmania. Moth built the amazing dome space with reflective tables bespoke viewing platforms. The two-hour video work was projected via 8 projectors across the 10m dome and accompanied by a sound score by Fascinator. The work ran from 10pm – 4am throughout the festival with a live audiovisual set from myself and Fascinator at midnight on the final Saturday. Further info at https://www.drinkstrade.com.au/event/asahi-dome-dark-mofo-2019 […]
With the help of Simeon Taylor I built a interactive projection that revealed a lost piece of Geelong’s architectural history. We used an htc vive inverted to create virtual flashlights that people could use to explore the augmented 3d sculptures I’d built. The work took place during Geelong’s After Dark festival.
I took on the challenge of building content for Australia’s largest permanent projection screen in the town of Wagga Wagga. It was the third in a series of artists curated to produce content for the 3 storey canvas that covers the cities council buildings. The work will be on show throughout July, check out the video below. And this article about it http://www.riverinaleader.com.au/story/4777899/night-light-sculptures-put-wagga-on-permanent-display/
In June of 2016, artist Joel Zika built an animated installation in a historic ghost train in Oxford Alabama. Using projection mapping designed specifically for this unusual space. Original props were removed and the darkened tunnels were used to build a new immersive space. Whilst developing the work the entire ride experience was captured using ultra low light cameras for a full 360 immersive experience. The result is a 2 minute ride experience into the artwork and this hybrid multimedia […]
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Wildwoods is an exhibition for the screenspace at Dianne Tanzer Gallery, The show opens saturday, 5th March, 2011 Wildwoods from Joel Zika on Vimeo.
A three screen animated installation by Joel Zika Featuring sound design and soundtrack by Michael Theiler RMIT University Gallery, 2004