Illuminate 2030

Posted on June 20th, by gspf in 2016 Atherton Gardens Precinct, 2016 Festival Program, 2016 Performance. Comments Off on Illuminate 2030

Illuminate 2030

Event Title: Illuminate 2030
Artists: Young people from Cubbies & Live Wires
Caroline Packham, Sue McCauley, Michael Buckley, Jim Coad, Zoe Dawkins, Minna Lappalainen, Lilith Lane and Dan Nunan

Site Number: 10
Site Location: Atherton Gardens Precinct

Date:
Roving Projections: Friday 15 July, 7pm – 9pm  /  Wednesday 20 July, 6pm – 7.30pm
Illuminate 2030 Future Forest:  Friday 22 July 2016, 6pm – 7:30pm

Cost: FREE


Illuminate 2030 is a roaming projection performance that explores two very different climate scenarios: climate change addressed and climate change ignored. Animated wildlife creatures, whose skins are alive with imagery, roam through the festival. Side by side, interacting, we see two different future worlds colliding.

On Friday 22nd July these roaming creatures will explore a Future Forest created by LiveWires and Cubbies. Watch as their live video drawings transform into their very own Future Forest created through workshops and live projection by Video Architecture. 


Caroline Packham is a painter, animator and projection artist. Her roaming projection works have been presented at festivals in Melbourne and regional Victoria. Her work explores our connection to nature, to people, and environmental and social issues. Jim Coad is an artist and filmmaker and is founding director of Video Architecture, a platform for large scale architectural projection works. He primarily works as a projection artist but recent projects have included installation and conceptual works. They are joined by creative producer Sue McCauley, filmmaker/animator Michael Buckley, animator Zoe Dawkins, musician Lilith Lane and artists Dan Nunan and Minna Lappalainen. Caroline, Jim and Minna have collaborated with Cubbies and LiveWires on projection art projects since 2014.  

LiveWires is a community development program providing educational and support programs for primary aged children living in and around the Collingwood Public Housing Estate. The LiveWires Program aims to build children’s resilience and enhance their learning and creativity.  

Cubbies is a magical, safe and creative place for young people living in and around Atherton Gardens Public Housing Estate, where they can create, learn and play.


This project is supported by:
DHS Victorian Government  Fitzroy Rotary logo_109