City of Holdfast Bay
Curated Installations and Activations
Moseley Square, Glenelg SA
28 November 2015
On 28th November 2015, a group of illumination artists converged on Moseley Square, to bring Random Acts of Light to an audience ready to play.
Supported by Illuminart, the one night luminous event incorporated a series of light focused interactive installations, light projections, performance art and illuminated sculptural works that brought magic to Moseley Square after sunset.
The artworks and installations included ShipShape – a mobile projection sculpture designed to roam and interact with the audience whilst projecting delightful and engaging animations; A Bike Light and Music pedal powered art installation; Glowing light artworks; Live light painting using tag tool; and light projection mapping.
The event was attended by a local audience of about 700 people at sunset and a steady stream of passers by during the event, for an estimated total of 3000.
RANDOM ACTS OF LIGHT ACTIVATIONS
- Made out of 95% recycled and salvaged materials into an original appealing mobile artwork, ShipShape is a luminous mobile projection sculpture designed to roam and interact with the audience whilst projecting delightful and engaging animations
- Bring your bike or use one of ours, and help add your power to eLEGStricity, the power source that will generate light projection and music from a pedal powered art installation
- Large glowing crabs will appear along the foreshore like they are migrating out of the sea and a light pixel image will be created by the audience as they interact with the “Push Me” light installation
- The Glenelg Town Hall will be illuminated in light – come use tag tool light to create a light painting moment or masterpiece
- Animated artworks will create interest and enhance the surface of the Glenelg Town Hall, in a live light painting and projection mapping treatment
- Craig Laurendet Artist (Shipshape)
- Zero Artist (Projection mapping)
- Penny Campton Artist (Tag Tool)
- Jack Ladd Artist (Bike Art)
- Cindi Drennan Curatorial support