Arrive at dusk to see the landscape at Riversdale and the Shoalhaven River transformed by large scale digital projections in Bundanon Trust’s “Reflections at Dusk”.
Contemporary media artist Craig Walsh projects his large-scale captivating images onto the natural site, creating ‘moments of extraordinary wonder’. Craig is currently on a Digital Odyssey, an epic two-year project presented by the Museum of Contemporary Art, travelling across Australia developing and presenting digital artworks in response to regional environments and local communities.
Visitors can a meal or light refreshment and a glass of wine and gather in the beautiful landscape-sensitive Boyd Education Centre designed by prestigious Pritzker Prize winning Architect Glenn Murcutt.
Performing will be the Lumiphonic Creature Choir, a ghostly 21st century organ of human voices, produced by award-winning collective Synarcade Audio-Visuals. The Lumiphonic Creature Choir is a unique multimedia band that plays, triggers and interacts live with a giant twelve-headed audio-visual instrument.
Synarcade Audio-Visuals’ director Mark Bolotin and a team of exciting young musicians and media artists use high-end technology to create live interactive and immersive audio and visual experiences. Most recently they presented interactive visuals at Sydney Festival’s 2010 ‘First Night’ event at Martin Place. See http://www.synarcade.com.au/creature.htm for more information.
For those wanting a truly memorable experience, there are a limited number of places to stay overnight at the Boyd Education Centre, Riversdale. Then on Sunday they can enjoy breakfast before driving 15 minutes to the historic Bundanon property, visit the 1860s Homestead with its collection of over 300 Boyd family artworks and check out Arthur Boyd’s intact studio.
For further information and bookings email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (02) 4422 2100
What: Reflections at Dusk
When: Saturday 20 November 2010
Gates open 7pm, event 8pm
Tickets: $20 per person