Yabarra is a gathering that brings together ways of understanding through light. Story, sound, song and illumination combine to share knowledge of the past, present and future, in the now.
This vibrant architectural projection represents the deep time connection that the local indigenous people have to the country, taking it forward into the future as a ‘reverse dreamtime story’ that looks back to our time.
Lucentide fuses photography, moving image and interweaves many collaborators' photographs and creative input.
For the second year running, Illuminart were engaged to Project the White Ribbon logos and messaging on the South Australian Police Headquarters building.
North Burnett Council set out to upgrade the RM Williams Centre in Eidsvold, Queensland. Illuminart were approached to design and install an interactive AV Booth inside the Centre and a Permanent Projection installation outside the Centre.
Illuminart created animation revealing stories of the mysterious Baron Samedi logo, to create an impactful visual representation of the complex mix of Caribbean folklore figures coming together to form "The Baron".
This architectural projection and placemaking project was a cultural and artistic collaboration between Yellaka Dance Group, illuminart, SA Museum and the State Library of South Australia, commissioned for the Adelaide Fringe 2016.
Make-A-Wish Australia approached illuminart to help collaborate on an ambitions project to help make 4 year old Dwayne's wish of going to the moon with Batman and Spiderman come true.
SWIFF Light Box merged visual art, film-making, storytelling and projection, into a luminous narrative trail coinciding with the 2018 ScreenWaves international film festival.
Illuminart were commissioned to "Light up the Hills" for Christmas 2017 at the Rouse Hill Town Centre.
This award winning 20-minute show featured two parts - the first an animation from the Christmas favourite, The Nutcracker. The second, 14 Christmas-themed slides that filled every corner of the magnificent cathedral.
60+ Moments projected photographs onto buildings around South Australia - contributed by community members in Adelaide and regional SA towns to show “What gives our life Zest”.