This is a light installation and projection that forms part of Chatswood Nights, a series of events held between 21 May to 10 July 2021 held that the Concourse in Chatswood, organised by Chatswood Culture Bites.
Artists: Freddie Jiang, Limelight Academy Sound composer: Vivi Tulip
Created by artist, Freddie Jiang, Nature explores the nature of projection mapping by using colourful particles, illuminated objects and large organic geometry to showcase the facade of The Concourse. The three-minute projection creates a mesmerising experience as it moves through three chapters: Particles, Lights and Surfaces.
In the first chapter, we see millions of particles growing into fractals, turning the facade into a galaxy. In chapter two, The Concourse takes us to the world of a Blade Runner-type neon city. Travel though a neon tunnel as if you’re travelling through time.
The third chapter is the climax, which arises from a meeting between the facade of the building and the projection. With uncanny forms and shapes like wavy grass and sacred geometric shapes, you will experience a series of decorative, organically formed surfaces. Witness an illusion of the synergy and interaction between the building and the organic surfaces.
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Chris focuses on nature, street, and urban architecture subjects in her photography.