Sunday, 11 December 2016
Fringe 2017 will present two projections created by illuminart and collaborators over three nights at the opening of Adelaide Fringe.
Tangkuinyendi Yabarra (Dreaming Light)
This reprise of the cultural and artistic collaboration between Karl ‘Winda’ Telfer / Yelleka and illuminart, will light up the western side of the Museum forecourt with animations derived from traditional and contemporary ritual, echoing the performance of the Sunset Ceremony Tindo Utpurndee.
This is a reprise of the amazing production developed with Karl and Yelleka in 2015.
Find out more about the Tangkuinyendi Yabarra collaboration here.
Lumifonica (Interactive Projection and Music)
The Elder hall facade will be filled with animated light and music, through ingenious interactivity as a playful, young, bold and curious audience take their turn to control the building and become virtuosos of light and sound. This free nightly event combines colourful projection mapping with custom made audiovisual synthesis, so that the architecture can be played like a musical instrument drawn from far fetched imagination. Watch as the bravest in the crowd step up to create their own piece of music and visual art animating the building with moving, grooving architectural projection. Meet the illuminarty, who will show you how to play the magical machinery and help you take a turn to play in the synaesthetic symphony. Be bold and play alone, or pull in a friend to help you light up the night with a sonic, phonic, chronic luminous duet.