2016 House Programs Cultural Collisions - Page 18

Kindly Supported by WHERE Immerse yourself in cultural and architectural treasures of Melbourne designed by Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin. Arts West Atrium Professors Walk University of Melbourne WHEN M T W T F S S 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 TIMES Fri-Sun Sat 15 INSIDE THE ETHEREAL EYE 12-5pm 12-9pm Inspired by Jonathan Mills’ musical homage to the Griffins, Ethereal Eye, this collaboration between the University of Melbourne’s Transformative Technologies Research Unit and two of the world’s leading figures in new media art Sarah Kenderdine and Jeffrey Shaw—employs a six-metre wide ultra-highresolution projection dome as the canvas for an exploration of the famous Newman College Dining Hall and the ceiling of the iconic Capitol Theatre. Recline beneath this unfolding spectacle and watch history come to life, with motion capture technologies by Deakin Motion.Lab and dancers Leigh Warren and Delia Silvan tracing the effects of bodies in built spaces. Made possible by eye-popping audio-visual technologies and keen collaboration between Image: Sarah Kenderdine artists, performers, students, academics and industry experts, the work will linger long after the music stops. Conceived and directed by Sarah Kenderdine and Jeffrey Shaw for UNSW’s DomeLab in collaboration with the Transformative Technologies Research Unit, Faculty of Arts, University of Melbourne. Motion graphics design and compositing Tobias Gremmler Motion capture design, development and production Deakin Motion.Lab Motion capture direction Kim Vincs and Deakin Motion.Lab — Centre for Creative Arts Research, with Matthew Delbridge, University of Melbourne CREDITS Audio design and integration Paul Doornbusch, Australian College of the Arts Concieved and Directed by Sarah Kenderdine and Jeffrey Shaw Gigapixel photography Derek Gertsmann and Sarah Kenderdine Creative Production Sarah Kenderdine and Jeffrey Shaw for DomeLab in collaboration with the Transformative Technologies Research Unit, Faculty of Arts, University of Melbourne. Co-produced by Transformative Technologies Research Unit, University of Melbourne, University of New South Wales, and Deakin Motion.Lab—Centre for Creative Arts Research Composition Jonathan Mills Choreography Leigh Warren Dancers Leigh Warren and Delia Silvan 19