Carlton Gardens and the Royal Exhibition Building was not a bad place to rock up to work every day on pre-production of Melbourne's reimagined and transformed light and art event, White Night.
Our third production with the White Night team, Flames and Fantasy Precinct was home to major installations for motion designers and mappers, Artists in Motion, Eness' interactive sonic bubble, Alex Sansons kinetic sculpture Nebulous and Mad Max fire instrument played with what looks like massive thongs (true story) Pyrophone Juggernaut. The creatives we have the pleasure of working with on this event amaze us every year.
ABOUT WHITE NIGHT
White Night Melbourne is the city reimagined and transformed under the ephemeral cloak of night.
With attendance of up to 450,000, for one night only, from dusk ‘til dawn, national and international artists, musicians and performers set the city’s streets, parklands, laneways, public spaces and cultural institutions alight in a celebration of creativity.
We have managed onsite production in 2014, 2015, 2017 and 2018 (one of just eight senior staff and often representing the ladies) and have had the opportunity to work with the best in the business, specifically large-scale projections and motion graphics.
Collaborating with skilled professionals to ensure a smooth running showcase of projection mapping, multi-media displays, interactive installations, VR, kinetic structures and technical expertise.
Precinct highlights include:
Wonderland at The State Library
I Could Have Danced All Night (VicHealth’s Active Arts Strategy)
Rhythms of the Night projections by Artists in Motion
Sonic Light Bubble by Eness Studios
Sofles Graffiti Mapped by Juddy Roller
Uki the Kinetic Bug
The Serpent Mother by the Flaming Lotus Girls