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 […]
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/
The Dark Ride Project is a Virtual Reality archive of historic indoor amusements from across the globe. It is the first repository of the Dark Ride experience, using cutting edge technology to capture both the physical construction and the unique immersive experience. Join the Dark Ride Project on Facebook , Twitter and Instagram Since the turn of the century, Ghost Trains, Haunted House rides, Old Mill rides and many other types of Dark Ride have featured in the […]
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I have been commissioned to create a large scale projection work for a new eating precinct in downtown Melbourne. Rue & Co is situated at 80 Collins st Melbourne and features shipping container eateries from Kong, Jimmy Grants, and St Ali. The work is massive and sits across from a equally enormous piece from Melbourne artist Rone. A big thanks to Sean Healy (Skynoise) for his production design on this work. It is open 7 Days a week and visible at night (there’s food there […]
Categories: Design, Projection, Public Art, Retail Design • Tags: 80 Collins st, architecture, art, digital art, Kong, Malatesta, new media, projection, projection mapping, Rue and Co, Rue&Co, St Ali, video mapping
I have collaborated with the folks at the Asuza Concept store to develop this three screen installation. it opens 2nd May, 2013 6-8pm Asuza Concept Store, Level 1, 262 Brunswick St. Fitzroy
2012 Meredith music festival OZ rockers Barbarion teamed up with digital artist Joel Zika for a full live audio visual set. This will be in addition to their amazing pyrotechnical display. check: Joelzika.com barbarion.net mmf.com.au Here is a teaser created for the gig Also I’ve designed these limited edition Stubby Holders for the Band ‘Barbarion‘, they will only be available at their upcoming show.
I’ve designed a 4 screen installation space for this great event for the Melbourne Spring Fashion Week. Its called ‘From Here To There’ its at the Melbourne Central overpass on Level 2, Opens this Thursday 1st of Sept.