“Isam” by Amon Tobin (2012)

Artists,Instrument,Projection,Reference — rcaticha @ 5:58 pm

 

Amon Tobin ‘ISAM’ Live (Extended Trailer) from Ninja Tune on Vimeo.

These high-quality audio/visual shows began as music concerts with DJ Amon Tobin. However, they soon became an immersive all-encompassing experience with large projections onto enormous structures.

 

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“MQ10” by URBANSCREEN (2011)

Artists,Instrument,Projection,Reference — rcaticha @ 5:44 pm

 

These architectural distortions are intriguing ways to temporarily interfere with an place. They give an air of destruction at the beginning, and then turn into a narrative about human expressiveness.

 

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“Kreisrot” by URBANSCREEN (2009)

KREISROT | Bauhaus Dessau | facade projection from URBANSCREEN on Vimeo.

 

This urban projection was performed in Dessau, Germany. It plays with light and the way that buildings change depending on the placement of the sun. It brings daylight into the night time, and shows how much our perception is changed just by light.

 

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“The Light Cycle Street Projections” by Urban Projections (2013)

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Roaming the Streets Image

 

This moving bicycle projects animated digital graffiti onto buildings and streets. The mobile street art machine transforms areas and is considered a “guerrilla” projection.

 

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“In Between” by Matthias Wermke & Mischa Leinkauf (2008)

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Zwischenzeit Trailer from BERLIN GRAFFITI on Vimeo.

This collaborative work allowed for the exploration of the Berlin subway system on a homemade handcar. It explores the idea of a journey without a destination and the intricate workings of urban spaces.

 

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“Projections” by Jenny Holzer (1996 – 2011)

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This series by artist Jenny Holzer is a classic example of urban intervention using projections. Her textual projections have a somber and introspective tone that give a commentary on both society and the self.

 

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