In the Spotlight: Mark Wells

Exploring immersive projected visuals for Friday Night Laneways, Organic Data we tracked down Mark Wells, VJ Lightrift and asked if he could create a “light portrait zone”. We talk VJing, tech and how the audience can join the flow of images taking place at Fish Lane, South Brisbane on Friday 11 March. Kerry: You have over 15 years of experience in projection mapping and VJing and have worked on major events like Future Music Festival, and Rainbow Serpent Festival. What inspired you to start VJing? Can you tell us more about what… Read More

In the Spotlight: Craig Parry

With Friday Night Laneways, Organic Data just around the corner, we are excited to chat with musician, teacher, composer and DJ Craig Parry (Puzhaki). Craig is bringing an interactive audio-visual set to Organic Data at Fish Lane, South Brisbane during the World Science Festival Brisbane. In the spirit of art, science and technology, Craig’s shares insights into his experimental electronic sounds. Kerry: As a professional musician and DJ, live electronic music performances and music technology are part of your daily work. Can you tell us more about what’s involved in composing and… Read More

Projection | Alinta Krauth

  Engage Arts connected with digital artist and poet Alinta Krauth to produce a work for U.R{BNE} Festival 2015. The result was a light projection titled, Wind blisters those who try to run, which lit-up the Old Windmill at Wickham Park, Spring Hill on the 17 and 18th of April. The U.R{BNE} Collective is run by a committed group of tactical urbanists that aim to activate neglected urban spaces through community engagement. Our response to the Brisbane City Council’s Draft Spring Hill Renewal Strategy and the goal of urban activation provided the framework for the… Read More