Thrilled to announce we won the Live Mapping award at Video Mapping Festival in Lille for our work on Substratum. Big congratulations to all the @fulltiltaerial team for this amazing achievement. It has a been a really enriching weekend at the festival, so many talented international artists discussing their work and the industry. Huge thanks to @rencontres_audiovisuelles for hosting the festival, to @rowanfae and Dela Seward for the beautiful choreography, @ahmetkbilgic and @serkanemreciftci for their amazing soundtrack, all the dancers who defied gravity, @tillylk @coralaurora93 @joannapalmer12 @kin.dell Linn Broden, @ktdavieswut for the lighting design and Cihan and Barney for the rigging! Can’t wait to develop this project further.
March 31, 2019
‘Circa’ will be exhibited for one month @vividsydney alongside heaps of other great light installations from international artists. We’re super stoked to have our work presented in Australia for the first time. Massive thanks to @shapebristol and @simonlangleyart for their work towards version two of this mesmerising installation.
One month to go until we travel out to Sydney and unveil Circa V_02 in the Royal Botanic Gardens, as part of @vividsydney . . . Circa is a twelve-part light sculpture made up of rings that present circannual light levels on earth’s surface. Light is the primary zeitgeber or time giver and is therefore the most responsible factor for setting endogenous clocks in plant and animal life. The arrangement of circles also makes the imperceptible oscillations and feedback loops that occur on a cellular level visible to the human eye. These mechanisms are the basis for the circadian clock that governs some of the behaviour of plants, animals, and humans.