Some more mapping here…Great interactive installation with dance performance by Klaus Obermaier. Check out his Youtube profile for more videos on different projects.
“Here and now” was also shown at the Ruhrlights Festival which took place at several places around Dortmund, Germany, in September 2010. Hopefully it will happen again in 2011. In the meantime you could have a look at the many projects and installations from last year here.
Still hungry for more mapping clips? Have a look at the “Video Mapping Blog” for more stunning examples.
“Unique engravings done with etching needle on black Pani slide” by Armsrock in Copenhagen, October 2010. There is an upcoming Solo-exhibition at the Wonderland Art Space in Copenhagen from called “Armsrock – Nocturne on a drainpipe flute“. Again Armsrock will be around at night projecting “Part of the visual material from the exhibition…in Copenhagen’s urban spaces.”
Opening: Friday December 10 2010 5-10 pm
Exhibition Period: December 10, 2010 – January 15, 2011 Opening Hours: 5-7 pm
SINGAPORE — Like the giant Batman sign projected into the night skies of Gotham City, the text “Beware of the God” suddenly appeared in the Singaporean sky mid-September. The 30-minute projection, repeated over several nights, was the work of Deborah Kelly, part of the opening week of the Singapore Biennale 2008.
While the Australian artist said the work had a serious subtext, warning of the confluences of religion and politics, she added that it also aimed to “entirely disarm the audience so you don’t go ‘Oh more art’; you go, ‘What is that? It’s a miracle!”
Damiano Colacitos´ work “Face of Doom” at the International Festival of Sarajevo “Some Other City” (2007) projects the face of the protagonist, Flynn Taggart on the ruins of Hotel Europa. Read an interview about the project here or a longer one about his art in general here.
Photographer Shimon Attie works with slide projections since the early nineties. See a short article to the Exhibition “The History of Another: Projections in Rome” from 2004 at the Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago.
“Sleepwalkers” done by Doug Aitken at MOMA, New York. This nighttime installation comprises eight large-scale moving images projected around the Museum and on its facades, enlivening the architecture with the nocturnal journeys of five city inhabitants…Have a look at the Website, for more pictures like the one below from dolce vita rachel try flickr.