Jim Coad ‘The colours of our Community’ Projection on the Imperial Hotel
One of the most exciting Fringe events this festival!!
Come and view the larger than life projections on the Imperial Hotel in Lyttleton street , by Jim Coad including the colouring by local kids at last weeks Harcourt Applefest, from 9pm on Friday the 22nd March.
Accompanied by the tunes of Sons of The Blues.
ABOUT VIDEO ARCHITECTURE
Video Architecture is re-imagining the built environment using a combination of state of the art technology and traditional visual arts practices.
Video Architecture is a different approach to large scale projection mapping. It intentionally avoids computer generated mapping and graphics techniques. It is spontaneous, collaborative and highly interactive.
Video Architecture explores the relationship between visual arts practice, integrating elements of drawing, painting, movement and sound using digital technology to re-imagine our public spaces and built environment with the ethereal, dream-like element of light.
Stripped of the over-reliance on electro gimmickery this technique is a constant investigation of the elemental nature of physical media within art.