This project consists of 50 handmade lanterns in different shapes, sizes, and colors. Dai interviewed around 50 residence of the the Boston area with four questions commonly used on The VISA Application for the United States.
Ethan Vogt & Giovanna Casimiro
To celebrate the beginning of the Old Corner Bookstore's third century of continuous use, artists Ethan Vogt, Giovanna Casimiro and a technical team created an Augmented Reality (A.R.) invention that reveals the past and envisions its future.
"Gridlock" is an integration of a physical musical instrument, "Sound Sculpture" into an urban environment. The public is invited to explore and create with the piece.
Aurora is an animated and immersive light display that will consist of 24 color changing LED fixtures installed along the wall of Macy’s under the canopy on Summer Street. Visitors experienced a vivid and unpredictable illumination of pulsating colors.
Cindy Sherman Bishop, Andrew Ringler & Phillip Gedarovich
Boston’s Spring Lane was transformed into Wellspring Fords, a communal watering hole that encompasses the days of Shamut peninsula before the Pilgrims to the present day.
Revision” is a site-specific projection mapping that aims to capture the audience by witnessing the slow changes of texture, color, and subtle juxtaposition of raw footage on a historic Boston facade. The piece begins with the original state of the building, then adds texture, color, fire, water, and air, and eventually returns to the beginning. Pamela’s work subtly incorporates the element of music by setting the pace of “revision” to Schubert’s Impromptu, Op. 90 in G Flat Major.
Thermograms is an investigative projection mapping animation that explores a building's behavior over time.
Geometric Sequences uses morphing shapes as a playful intervention of the mundane orthogonal geometries of the existing architecture. In this way, Geometric Sequences attempts to animate the inanimate.
Sam Okerstrom Lang
Skin of a House is a site specific projection mapped screening based off of the exterior. The artist approach was to observe and peek behind the curtain in order to extenuate a type of breathing and living that happens within the building. As a result this practice influences the behavior of the facade and how it would act as skin to the living organism of its architecture.
Lady Elizabeth Pabon & Meta Movements
Connection Through Projection brings Havana, Cuba to streets of Downtown Crossing, Boston. Live stream video projections of dancers in Havana, Cuba lead crowds of visitors in Timba lines, a type of dance which fuses numerous cuban dance styles including salsa, casino, afro-cuban, son, and cuban contemporary.
Gary Halliwell, Christina Zwart, and Ian Condry
Disco Dogs invites visitors to dance away the stress over the state of contemporary America. A mobile disco unit roams the streets of ILLUMINUS 2017 providing emergency dance to all who need it. Look out for the Disco Dogs dancing above the crowds.
Vanessa Till Hooper
The installation highlights the global need for clean, affordable light and draws our attention to the importance of the intersection between design and technology that is critical in developing renewable energy sources.
Tristan Rudat, Patrick Ryan & Slime Bubble
Alien TV's 20th Century Time Machine Television transport's viewers through a recontextualized century of media. Sound and video transport folks through one of the craziest times in recorded history.
Zoé Dance nurtures the art of dance, dance theatre and performance through accessible performance venues, educates the public and creates social awareness through themes explored in repertory.
Fish McGill, Nathan Thomas Wilson and Saul Baizman
ANYTHING IS POPSICLE is an installation of screens housed within popsicle shapes. Each popsicle screen features a different animated robot, animal, or character dancing within the frozen treat when a viewer approaches.
"Ideas, Not Theories & its Bicycle Orchestra" by Reynaliz Herrera presents a larger scale adaptation of the original bicycle music featured in Reynaliz's theatrical percussion show "Ideas, Not Theories." The musical, acrobatic, theatrical performance features 8 percussionists drumming on 6 bicycles used as musical instruments. The result is a one-of-a-kind, quirky and engaging experience for everyone.
VAGABOND is a project about the displacement from home amongst Americans and the condition of disconnection immigration places on a people.
“Slow dance” is a picture frame that makes real objects appear to move in slow motion. By taking advantage of the limits of human visual perception, this optical illusion sculpture appears to be doing the impossible — right before your eyes. Slow Dance combines technology, science, and art, in order to remind us of the natural mystery, beauty, and wonder that surround us every day.
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In his multilayered installations, Maloney utilizes the vocabulary of the urban landscape as a framework for fragmented thoughts and ideas to be suspended onto.
Peter DiMuro/Public Displays of Motion, along with guests from The Dance Complex illuminate a path in and among the streets, alleys, windows and doorways of downtown Boston, with movement installations, dances to watch and dances to participate in along the way.
Tercieux Matthieu & Cart'1
By means of hijacked tools coming from the universe of video games like the kinect or the wiimote, the artist Cart1 can then realize graffiti in videoprojection by rediscovering sensations and effects similar to the bombs of spray.
Words for the Soul is a roving poetry installation where Tim Hall performs original works for audiences at the festival. Catch Tim moving through the crowd and performing at several different locations throughout the night - bringing small pockets and quiet streets of the festival to life with his words and passion.