Opera Lux 2012: Projection Mapping Workshop – Jan 30 to Feb 1 2012

Oslo Opera House as it may look

A Projection Mapping Workshop with Joanie Lemercier from AntiVJ about projected light in space, unusual projection formats and contexts, and about his work within the visual label AntiVJ.

This is a unique opportunity to get a hands-on approach with advanced Projection Mapping techniques and content production for architecture and in-situ audiovisual pieces. The workshop will explore the various artistic and technical aspects, as well as rules and constraints. The participants will study the structure of Oslo Opera House, try different tools and softwares (linear production and realtime tools) to generate visuals for its very specific architecture.

At the end of the workshop, there will be a night of projections tests on site, with a 10 000 lumens projector, and this will be an opportunity for workshop participants to visualise their images and content projected on a large scale on the Opera house.

The workshop starts with an open lecture by Joanie Lemercier at ANX (Olaf Ryes plass 2, inng. Sofienberggt. Oslo) on MONDAY JANUARY 30th 2012 at 19:00.

On Tuesday January 31st the workshop continues at The Oslo School of Architecture and Design before the night of projections starts at 23:00 outside at The Norwegian Opera.

Contact oslolux <at> gmail <dot> com if you would like to take part.

The event is organized by Ståle Stenslie and Anthony Rowe from Oslo Lux in cooperation with Atelier Nord, The Norwegian Opera & Ballet and Oslo School of Architecture and Design.

Our 10 K projector is made available by ProjectionDesign

Opera Lux is financed by Norsk Kulturråd