Cultural Precinct

LUMINOUShall

Further Information

    UWA Centenary
 

Enquiries

For all LUMINOUSnight enquiries, please contact the Program Coordinator, Ian Lilburne:

 
LUMINOUSflux projection onto Winthrop Hall

The centrepiece of LUMINOUSnight is a twenty-minute filmic projection onto the main façade of Winthrop Hall. Key moments and characters in the University’s history will be presented through son et lumiere - architectural storytelling using projection mapping onto the exterior of this iconic building.

Genre: Projection

Where: Viewed from Whitfield Court

When: 8:40pm, 9:20pm, 10pm, 10:40pm and 11:20pm, Friday 8 February 2013

Duration: 20 minutes

Watch the LUMINOUShall projection online

The projection

A visually arresting spectacle abundant with startling trompe l’oeil effects and vibrant animations, LUMINOUShall has been developed by renowned multimedia artist Cindi Drennan and her company illuminart®.

The technical production has been generously supported by TDC - Technical Direction Company.

Please note: To avoid queues, patrons must obtain a pass to a specific screening of this projection. The free passes are issued from 7pm onwards at the LUMINOUShall tent on Riley Oval next to the Arts Building. Obtain a pass, see other events, then arrive at the western entrance of Winthrop Hall (the Great Gate) ten minutes before your scheduled screening.

The artist

Australian arts company illuminart® is a multi-disciplinary team of animators, composers, illustrators, installation designers and filmmakers, directed by artist and illuminator Cindi Drennan. Together the troupe devise exciting illusions and magnificent transformations of Australia's built environment, and are highly regarded for their focus on the rich heritage of every iconic building they transform.

Recent projects include the award winning Port Inhabited a synchronised animated precinct in Port Adelaide SA (2011), The Ribbon for the Regional Centre of Culture program in Murray Bridge SA (2010), and Landed for the National Regional Arts Conference in Launceston (2010).