|Sat Aug 20 2016, 3:00pm–4:00pm|
The typical painter’s canvas is too limited for the artists of Groupe LAPS and NOVAK; their art illuminates the facades of the Singapore Art Museum and the National Museum of Singapore with LED figures and projections inspired by the novels of Jules Verne. Join them as they discuss the design challenges of public art. Find out why they chose light as a medium for their artwork, and be inspired to view your own urban environment as a creative space of expression!
About the speakers
NOVAK: Award-winning creative studio NOVAK, based in Newcastle upon Tyne (United Kingdom), specialises in motion design and immersive experiences. The team produces a diverse selection of works, both artistic and commercial. Through large-scale visual presentation and projection mapping, NOVAK creates spectacular works that are informed and inspired by the works’ location and social significance, as well as 2D and 3D motion design for television and web broadcasts.
Groupe LAPS: Based in France, Groupe LAPS is a collective of artists who use light in urban environments to tell stories. Comprising video-makers, artists, musicians and lighting experts, the group creates technical pieces that veer between reality and fiction. Exploring space as a living organism, the collective integrates the environment into a contextual work of adaptation, reflecting on urban scenography, circulations and flows.
Maximum capacity is 120. Free. Participants may register at http://snf2016behindthenight.eventbrite.com.
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