Isometric Projection Mapping
Isometric

Facade projection mapping of the Werribee Mansion at the Let Them Eat Cake Festival held on New Years Day
Concept
This piece is an immersive installation of light, animation and motion design. Titled “Isometric” it is a facade projection shown on the Werribee Mansion, presented at a New Years Day festival held in the Werribee Park called Let Them Eat Cake. It shows the ephemeral and immaterial quality of projection mapping as a medium.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ It uses innovative light and optical illusions to show the familiar in an unusual way, inspiring imagination.

We are now in a post colonial setting within Australian culture and there is the importance for colonial landmarks and monuments such as Werribee Mansion to be re-invented and re-imagined in ways that are relevant to contemporary society.

The concept of the Let Them Eat Cake festival is to provide a modern platform for creative expression removed from historic notions of class, race and gender.

The colonial style practice of industrial countries seeking to exploit the natural resources and people of a developing countries has disastrous consequences (such as logging and mining by multinational companies, and radically marginalised indigenous communities). Post-colonialism which emerged from this now questions the unjust distribution of resources and the over consumption among the elite.

Project Overview
Title: Isometric Projection
Location: Werribee Mansion
Duration: looping 12 minute projection for one night on New Years Day 2018
Project Type: Installation
Commissioned by: Let Them Eat Cake Festival

Credits
Equipment: Epson 25K Laser Projector
https://www.epson.com.au/products/projectors/
Art Direction: Nick Azidis  
http://projectionteknik.com/
Installation & Technical Production: Nick Azidis
Animation & Motion Graphics: Rose Staff 
http://vjradiance.com
http://radiancecreative.com/
Video documentation & Editing: Rose Staff
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