Vivid Sydney Interactive Sculpture

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Vivid Sydney Sculpture

New South Wales Public Realm – design by The Buchan Group, architects

19 May 2014

Vivid Sydney 3D Light Sculpture

Design: The Buchan Group

VIVID VISITORS LEND THEIR FACE TO EMERGING MARTIN PLACE GIANT

19th May 2014 – People passing through Sydney’s CBD will lend their face to a submerged giant human head rising out of Martin Place during this year’s Vivid Sydney festival.

Vivid Sydney Interactive Sculpture  

As part of Australia’s largest annual light festival, the Brisbane office of acclaimed design firm The Buchan Group has created e|MERGEnce – an innovative 3D light sculpture that projects viewers’ faces onto a giant head.

The installation gives visitors a unique look at themselves, with sculpture coming to life in real time thanks to the latest projection mapping and video captured interaction technology.

Vivid Sydney Interactive Sculpture

e|MERGEnce will be at Sydney’s Martin Place from 23 May to 9 June from 6pm each night.

The Buchan Group Senior Associate Anthony Rawson said e|MERGEnce would give Vivid visitors the chance to “embody” the physical sculpture and become part of the festival itself.

Vivid Sydney Interactive Sculpture Vivid Sydney Interactive Sculpture

“e|MERGEnce plays on themes of scale, personality and realism, and invites the audience to see themselves as never before using amplified light, shade, texture and colour effects,” he said.

30 Apr 2014

Vivid Sydney Interactive Sculpture

Design: The Buchan Group

Location: Sydney, NSW, Australia

Vivid Sydney festival’s first interactive sculpture feature designed by Brisbane-based firm The Buchan Group

VIVID VISITORS LEND THEIR FACE TO EMERGING MARTIN PLACE GIANT

30 April 2014 – People passing through Sydney’s CBD will lend their face to a submerged giant human head rising out of Martin Place during this year’s Vivid Sydney festival.

Vivid Sydney Interactive Sculpture

As part of Australia’s largest annual light festival, the Brisbane office of acclaimed design firm The Buchan Group has created e|MERGEnce – an innovative 3D light sculpture that projects viewers’ faces onto a giant head.

Vivid Sydney Interactive Sculpture

The installation gives visitors a unique look at themselves, with sculpture coming to life in real time thanks to the latest projection mapping and video captured interaction technology.

e|MERGEnce will be at Sydney’s Martin Place from 23 May to 9 June from 6pm each night.

The Buchan Group Senior Associate Anthony Rawson said e|MERGEnce would give Vivid visitors the chance to “embody” the physical sculpture and become part of the festival itself.

Vivid Sydney Interactive Sculpture

“e|MERGEnce plays on themes of scale, personality and realism, and invites the audience to see themselves as never before using amplified light, shade, texture and colour effects,” he said.

Vivid Sydney Interactive Sculpture images / information from The Buchan Group

The Buchan Group


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Australian House
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21 Mar 2013

Vivid Sydney Installation

Vivid Sydney Display

A team of designers from Woods Bagot’s Sydney studio introduces Planet Under Construction – or PUC

PUC (Planet Under Construction), a light installation by a team from Woods Bagot’s Sydney studio, has been selected as part of this year’s Vivid Sydney: the Southern Hemisphere’s largest annual festival of light, music and ideas with an estimated half a million attendees.

Planet Under Construction – or PUC:
Planet Under Construction
image : Woods Bagot, architects

Vivid Sydney runs from 24 May – 10 June 2013. To find out more visit www.vividsydney.com

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