This is what it all comes down too, sharing and celebrating stories. We work with mobile projection and site responsive storytelling to weave narratives into immersive walking tours and performances.
Enlighten Me Birregurra. 2017
We are working with the people of Birregurra and a team of international artists to weave an immersive meta narrative across this regional town in celebration of Birregurra's artistic, cultural, and community heritage.
You will leave Melbourne and travel to another world. An immersive installation where reality bleeds into lumens and all the senses are subverted.
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The Crossing. 2015
Combining architectural structures with experimental film, The Crossing is an immersive work that celebrates Newport history, people, art and music. The Crossing is a multi projection walking tour exploring various locations, beginning from Hall Street, Newport.
The above film, An Artist's Tale, was supported and screened by Projector Bike, as part of the View From Here short film strand. We worked in collaboration with St Mary's House of Welcome, Wintringham, Light Works Studios and Yarra Community Housing to create a range of short films. These films explore a diverse range of ideas and interests. They were developed and cultivated during weekly workshops over a four month period. Initiated as an extension of Projector Bike, this project has been interested in low-fi, mobile and do-it-yourself film-making process. We met in cafes, on park benches, in people's homes, in opportunity shops and community centres around the city. These places became our workshops and sources of inspiration. By utilising modern digital film-making equipment, we're able to work flexibly and empower community members to play integral roles in the film-making process.
An Artist's Tale. Vass paints as a means of expression. Using extreme close ups of Vass's oil drenched canvases, we delve deep into his work and his soul. This is an exploration of his artistic processes, and the philosophical meanderings behind them.