Thomas Voillaume – APACH Creation
In collaboration with Jeremy Oury for Video Mapping
Diva is an enigmatic apparition that comes to life at night thanks to the video projection. Who is she ? Giant creature, hallucination or goddess? It seems like she’s trying to communicate a message.
IMMERSIVE is an augmented experience with 270° video mapping inside the Factory Cooperage at Royal William Yard. This installation proposes a mesmerized travel into a futurist dimension playing with the Op art concept to produce illusions and illimited perspective in a rythmic progression of abstract patterns. The ascending movement and the use of stroboscopic images gives a new feeling of time and the sensation to be fully immersed. A surrounded sound system accentuates the sensation of an infinite space with a soundtrack inspired by electronic melody recreating a real electro-acoustic noisist orchestra.
Visuals – Jeremy Oury
Sound – Antoine Briot
Mike Cobb, Highly Interactive
Signal Lamps have been used by the Royal Navy since the late 1800’s to send messages between vessels.
SIGNIS is a modern interpretation that combines the beauty and nostalgia of maritime style fixtures and soft golden light with contemporary ideas of pixelated displays and animated gifs.
SIGNIS will invite visitors to participate by designing their own messages, patterns and animations using their mobile device.
Submissions will be broadcast to the festival crowds over a spectacular array of lights. This exhibit has been kindly sponsored in part by Industville. http://tiny.cc/wtgxbz
Cornish light artists Greenwave Laser bring a maritime-themed interactive laser display to Royal William Yard. Husband-and-wife partnership Paul and Antonia celebrate the South West’s vibrant maritime history, combining traditional rigging and signal flags with the latest customised laser control system to create a work which references the past while pulling us into the future.
Visitors are encouraged to join the crew on the dockside, hauling a line of laser flags to the top of Mills Bakery chimney with a customary “halyard” rope while an immersive soundscape of traditional shanties and sailors shouts rouse crew members to – Haul Away!
Message in a Bottle
Caroline Mercer with Outside the Box
This a collection of ceramic bottles and lamps, made by over 100 different children and people of Plymouth.
Each porcelain bottle holds a private message, fired into the clay; unseen but everlasting. Will the intended recipient ever feel the impact of these words? By lighting them we send the words on their way, through the darkness.
The large lamps are collaborative pieces by various groups of people, working alongside the artist. They capture a sense of the group, of the day, playful moments in time. They are rays of hope, celebrating and sharing human connection.
Laura Frances Martin
Laura’s concept & creation is a beautiful, illuminated replica of the Mayflower, which ‘sails’ through Royal William Yard during each evening’s events in an homage to the journey of the real Mayflower in 1620. The ship, created from willow, bamboo & lighting over a bicycle/trailer, and specially reworked for 2019’s events, represents the hopes & dreams of the 102 passengers on board, with a literal re-imagining of their shared journey across the ocean: the beauty of moving forward, as human beings travelling together, even if it is into the unknown.
Tree of memory
Xavi Bové Studio & Onionlab
Tree of Memory is an artistic installation of projection mapping, light and synchronized music, in memory of the lost.
A gigantic tree is sketched based on short strokes. Each of them is in synesthesia related to a subtle, individual voice; yet together they end up creating a global choir, a social call for peace and freedom in memory of all the voices that disappeared forever and that are remembered today.
Relic of future times
Thomas Voillaume – APACH Creation
In collaboration with Jeremy Oury for Sound Design
Forgotten since a long time a form of pure energy, concentrated inside an artefact, waiting to be discovered… Relic of future times is a contemplative digital art installation.
TRIGGER STUFF – Savinder Bual and Elena Blanco
Curio is an alternative museum featuring stories and objects contributed by residents from the area related to the idea of home.
It is a light installation which allows curious passersby to peer into doors and discover stories from our neighbours.
The Media Workshop
Her Voices is a new immersive event in Barbican’s Elizabethan Gardens,
inviting visitors to “eavesdrop” on rarely-told women’s stories from across Plymouth, Devon and Cornwall. Participants journey through a delicate display of fibre optics and LEDs providing an ephemeral physicality to voices rising from hidden speakers around the gardens.
The installation features recordings celebrating both women’s great achievements and inequalities still apparent today. Voices range from Plymouth’s Lady Nancy Astor, the first female sitting MP to Cornish fishworkers and North Devon farmers. It is a meditation on who we are, how we got here and where we are going.
Dreadnought South West’s Rebellious Sounds Archive
100 Homes Oral History Project
BBC Radio Devon
HEAD FULL OF HOUNNY
This installation is a combination of a digital print with painting using mid multilayer paint with tone colours that glow in the dark To express the special technique it is called ‘Mixed media photography’
Put simply, it’s when an artwork is created using various artistic methods, so an artist might combine their photograph with ink drawings, pencil sketches, and watercolors to create a whole new and unique look. It’s an experimental form of art that produced
‘Portrait Who Was Smoking’
The relationship between the human body and the mind give positive and negative effects on human life .
A trail of light artworks and installations students from the University of Plymouth
The village of shelter for children’s future
BA Architetcure Year 1 students + BA 3D Design Year 2 students + BA Early Childhood Studies & BA Education Studies year 3 students + Yealmpstone Farm Primary School, Foundation & Year 3 students
A new life walk through
Smile, You’re on camera
Andrew Dunne, Jasmine Price, Emma Stolliday, Melanie Thallapally, Kev White
Ruobing Xie, Zixi Zhou, Liang Sun, Xinyu Qian, Ying Sun
Rongzhang Gu, Fei Wang, Yuge Wang, Zhiming Wang
Julian Whatley, Andrew Shankster, David Mallet
Joel Hodges, Angelika Kolodziej, Sioned Freer, Chelsea Harrison, Jack Parnell
Eliza Newman in collaboration with Fen (Maisie Newman & Rowan Evans)
THRESHOLD is a vast labyrinth of material, light and sound that invites you to reflect on the act of crossing and journey further towards its centre. In this immersive experience for groups and individuals, shimmering 3D animation and a pulsing, four-channel sound composition by Rowan Evans will lead you through a layered interior space. Choose a path, step beyond the threshold and head inwards.
Ada Krzoska and Dan Sumner
Trinity is a tri-sculptural projection mapping installation. Three Roman deities, each representing a different aspect of the festival’s theme, together the meanings of these figures constitute a divine balance.
Stylistically, by being perceived as antique, these figures will combine their historic aesthetic with new technology and projected content to form a new approach of celebrating the origins of our cultural roots with an imaginative and futuristic twist.
A new exploration from Ottomata of the relation between laser and water. Curious about the combination of two natural forces : concentrated light and water; we set out to find out what would happen if we were to give a consciousness to both matters. The result is a meditative experiment that should bring you back in the present moment.
Ali Pym and The Media Workshop
A series of glowing frames hover in space after an escape from the walls upon which they hung. This cluster of uncertain fugitives pulsate with light as they seek a new home, empty frames desperately seeking a subject. Bright white light transcends into a kaleidoscopic dance of colour, bouncing against the rigidity of its own corners and edges, simultaneously free yet still bound. Escape is the artwork that is caught within the frame itself. Chaotic. Misbehaving. Inviting you to be captured.
Students from Plymouth College of Art, supported by The Media Workshop
From The Til Now
Lauren Clayton, Dru Tibby, Connor Balldock, Rowan Cornish, Nanobot Building, Doug Clarke, Matt Lake, Steve Lake, Robin Lovejoy, Harvey Melvin Harris
Blast to the past
Awais Khan, Jamie Stuart, Callum Mitchell, Cameron Charles, Jack Gibney
Jordan Hardy, Sami Vickery, Toby Shephard, Jamie Good
A Message For Tomorrow
Maurice Hayman, Maya Lenton, Sam Grotzke, Amber Layton, Tyler Ottey, Tom Wise
Building a Future
Christopher Spereall-Mood, George Harris
Big Dragon Crashes Party
Joseph Maynard, Kacper Bernacki, Chloe Carpenter, Ellesse Woodward, Sofia Ricci
The Weight of the world
Aimee Fuller, Alexander Waller, Chloe Drew, Jess Freeguard-White
Cycle of the Earth
Elaine Pope, Sam Elliot
Kane Milne, Zak Johnson
Earth to Earth
Shannon Bone, Eve Oxinou, Oliver Hughes, Kenneth Holberg, Lauren Baker
Jess Mitchell-Fowle, Sophie Parker, Brandon Bailey
Matt Kelly, Jess Rudy, Sky Griffiths, Charlotte Wishart
Nature Can Do Without Us
Jess Whitehouse, Lauren Wilson, Emily Rix
James Reader, Harry Bird, Cloe Stannard, Tom Sandell, Angus Stuart Smith, Ceri Prowse
Emmett Wadham, Holly Richardson, Grace Rathbone, Roseanna Bava, Jade Trbojecvich
Countdown to Illuminate