Ozri 2011, the Asia-Pacific’s leading spatial industry conference, was held from 12-14 October in Melbourne, Australia- and drew its biggest crowd in its 25 year history.
Everyone Is Happy was commissioned by Haycom AV to produce this high resolution 3240×1080 video and other event assets, which they projected onto three massive 15 metre x 5 metre screens using six-edge blended Christie projectors.
The brief was to ‘chart the progression of maps throughout the ages whilst referencing the event and it’s unique direction.’
We were asked to produce interactive projection content for Outcast Opera’s new production “Bedlam”. The above is a short preview.
Written by David Lazar with libretto by Dirk Flinthart
Directed by Jordin Steele
Produced by Jordin Steele and Stephen Stewart
Choreography by Stephanie Pokoj
Music Supervisor: Wayne Jennings
Everyone is Happy Productions was asked to create a site specific light installation for Urban Art Projects (UAP). As a part of the Unlimited Asia-Pacific design triennial, UAP hosted a dinner bringing together 70 leading business people, policy makers, designers, researchers and academics. Speakers for the evening included Managing Director of the ABC Mark Scott, Unlimited Creative Director Ewan McEoin, and UAP CEO Ben Tait.
Light Installation @ UAP Unlimited Dinner on Vimeo.
UAP is a specialist design consultancy creating site-specific art and design commissions for architectural and landscape environments. They have some pretty amazing work showcased on their website.
The UN DPI NGO conference was held in Melbourne at the end of August and was the largest UN event ever held in Australia. The conference focused on advancing global health, and was attended by more than 300 non-government organizations from 70 countries.
We had the pleasure of conceiving & producing the opening video for the conference, a made-for-projection piece that was played in full HD on a 10m screen.
The eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) build on agreements made at United Nations conferences in the 1990s and represent commitments by all countries to reduce poverty and hunger, and to tackle ill-health, gender inequality, lack of education, lack of access to clean water and environmental degradation.
You can find out more about any of them by clicking the icons below.
We spent a little bit of time in an ex CIA spy station making a short film last year. It was a really fun film to make and we just got the great news that it came first in the 2009 international COL competition. We just wanted to share the happy news, plus give you all a link for 15% off should you want to go get the DVD. It’s got all of the best entries from this years competition and helps Home of Poi with bandwidth. WIN!!!
Concept: Eva Luenig & Kyle Mclean
Editor: Eva Luenig
Performer & Music: Kyle McLean
Camera: Eva Luenig & Holger Radeke
This is a Hybrid Art collaboration with our good friend Jay Latour from France.
Object Manipulation: Jay Latour
Programing & Music: Kyle McLean
Software: VVVV, Ableton, Reason
Project proudly supported by Brisbane City Council & Visible Ink