Monday, 13 August 2018
Calling community members, photographers and nature enthusiasts with an interest in the Onkaparinga River area and its the natural and wild spaces.
Bring the river to light by contributing your photographs to a light projection and digital display.
The end result will be a digital moving image assemblage made with photographs contributed by local people interwoven into a spectacular projection.
The work will shine a light on the tidal estuary in a low impact creative way.
These free events provide you with an opportunity to meet with the illuminart team and photographer Matt Frost (infusion photography), and gain technical tips and ideas for working with light and photography. Contribute your photos to the lucentide show.
1) information session to learn more about the project – Tuesday 21 August – 7-8:30 PM
2) Low tide photography excursion– 25 August at 9:30 am for 3 hrs. A minibus will pick you up and drop you off from our meeting place (Saurbier House).
3) High tide and full moon rise photography excursion– 25 August at 2:30 pm for 3 hrs. A minibus will pick you up and drop you off from our meeting place (Saurbier House).
4) Tech help session – 27 August 1-4PM – for assistance to extract photos from cameras and devices. or want to drop off a USB instead of uploading them.
5) Attend the launch of Shimmer on 14th September to see the photo collage projected at Onkaparinga Arts Centre.
Will you help us raise awareness of the beautiful and diverse areas of the Onkaparinga River, by contributing photographs and your thoughts to a community collage about the area? ‘Lucentide’ is a projection art installation that will collect many photographs into a moving image collection about the Onkaparinga river in a visual exploration of the unique coastal landscape of the Onkaparinga region.
Lucentide is a contribution of projection art and digital media to the City of Onkaparinga’s Shimmer photographic biennale festival.
This event is part of the Port to Port project, assisted by the Australia Council for the Arts, and supported by the City of Onkaparinga.