iCINEMA - UNIVERSITY OF NSW | PLACE-Hampi
PLACE-Hampi is a vibrant theatre for embodied participation in the drama of Hindu mythology set into a real-world landscape. PLACEHampi provides the setting for a stereographic virtual landscape . PLACE-Hampi provides a framework for a new approach to the rendering of the cultural experience, whose aesthetic and representational features gives the general public a dramatic new appreciation of the many layered significations of such historical, archaeological, and architectural spaces.
Place-Hampi was first shown at the LIlle3000 Festival in France where is has travelled through out europe, recently it was shown in Berlin at the Martin-Gropius-Bau for the From Spark to Pixel. Art + New Media exhibition.
My role within this project was to produce all the promotional material for the installation, postcards, A4 information sheets, posters etc. Included within the Berlin exhibition was a survey sheet in both German and English, this was to form part of a qualitative survey of the installation. The overall feedback and success of the project in the eyes of the active participants attending this state of the art installation.
MELBOURNE MUSEUM | NAGAUR FORT, INDIA
The Eye of Nagaur is a pioneering interactive digital multimedia installation made with state of the art photographic and visualisation technologies. Looking through the ‘eye’ of its imposing three-meter high circular screen, viewers explore a constellation of ultra-high resolution panoramic digital images that reveal the beauty of this site. Using a revolutionary new Swiss panoramic camera - the Seitz Roundshot D3 - that expands the current boundaries of digital photography. Its 140 megapixel scanning back combined with a fisheye lens made it possible to capture spherical panoramas of Nagaur Fort in stunning resolution and with a beauty never before achieved. The Client was His Highness Maharaja Gajsingh II of Marwar – Jodhpur, the Mehrangarh Museum Trust and The Helen Hamlyn Trust and the Lady Hamlyn.
I worked for the Creators of this project in association with Melbourne Museum, My role was in this project to create the promotional products, interface design and installation content for the information screens, and help with the adjustment of the 16 images for this project, they were 4+gb single images that would prove to test both machine and software. Working in partnership with the main stakeholders, we were able effectively work the images into rich impressive panoramas. The Promotional material and print collatoral was effectively produced within the 10 day turn around time.