The Projection Studio, as part of their continued collaboration with the Ordered Universe, will be projecting Spiritus: Light and Dark, last seen at the Cambridge e-Luminate Festival 2017, in Oxford at the end of September, the evening of the 29th to be precise. The projection has been commissioned as part of this year’s Night of Heritage Light, organised by the Society of Light and Lighting, and will be projected onto the Oxford University Museum of Natural History (below). More details on the Night of Heritage Light are available. If you are in Oxford on the 29th this is not to be missed!
The Ordered Universe has another artistic collaboration up and running. Project Cosmos, funded by Durham University, is a collaboration with projection artists Ross Ashton and Karen Monid from The Projection Studio. Drawing on previous experience of working together for World Machine, in tandem with the Durham Institute of Computational Cosmology, for Durham Lumiere 2015 (returning in 2017), the project will create another light and sound show fusing the past and present. Continue reading
Ross Ashton and Karen Monid from the Projection Studio recently took part in the prestigious Berlin Light Festival 7-16 October. Using elements of the World Machine created in collaboration with the Ordered Universe and the Institute of Computational Cosmology, their projection Spiritus deals with the themes of lights and darkness, and the angelic in creation, making particular use of Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179). Ordered Universe material, as well as the modelling of the universe from the ICC all feature. The Continue reading