Projection Mapping and Painting in Sheffield
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Winner at Sheffield Botanical Gardens. Art in the Gardens Open Exhibition.
Guess what! Amongst all the Wonderfull artworks I was selected as winner in the ‘All Scapes’ Category, for my Painting Fire on the Mountain’ The Painting is for sale here
The House Skate Park, Kelham Island, Sheffield
Projecting on to Phlegm’s amazing Street art at Kelham Island, using an Epson projector coupled to a Lightform spatial analyser and a small generator for power. It was quite late at night but still had a few people pass by who were very enthusiastic about the event.
Wellington St Carpark June 2019.
Projecting onto Jo Peel and Will Baras’ Artwork.
Hagglers Corner Projection Test
So the intention is to look for suitable graffiti around town to make some projections. I have a Lightform which is really useful in scanning and tracing objects and lines so that he whole process can be done in a couple of minutes. Having scanned I then add in different effects to places with in the scan, which, artistically, takes a bit longer – and a show can be put together within 45 minutes.
A magical experience using AR projection technology for the Dronfield Arts Festival
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Primavera Calling. Dronfied Arts Festival 2018
An AR (Augmented Reality) Projection onto the Walls of Dronfield Hall Barn.
A poetic story of hope for children and adults.
As words describing our natural world have been forgotten and nature herself is losing a battle against what has been done to the earth by older generations.
Children begin to form new words for the creatures they love and keep them in the ‘Book of Knowing’ .
They find themselves hearing from the past, in the voices of the ’Primavera’ , that the only hope for their world is in caring for it in most creative ways.
This moving and delightfully illustrated story was originally written and produced as an animation for the Dronfield Arts Festival 2018 and has now been reimagined in an enchanting book by artist and author John Sutcliffe.
The Animation can be viewed here
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Written, Animated and Produced by John Sutcliffe for Dronfield Arts Festival 2018
Wellington St Carpark Street Art Mapping