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VESSEL of LIGHT

PlayAlchemist Camp @ Burningman 2022

Throughout history dreams have been a sacred space for transformation and wisdom that can benefit our waking life in many ways.

 

Coinciding with this years Burningman theme "Waking Dream", we are returning with our acclaimed projection mapping experience "Vessel of Light" on the playa for this years event. 

We are inviting international digital artists to be a part of this Waking Dream - by displaying their dream themed film and video art work on the 80 foot tall illuminated Grand Pyramid.

We will be using 3 x 32,000 lumen projectors to precisely video map the 80 foot tall pyramid structure. With this giant canvas, we will curate and present nightly multi-media experiences for the citizens of Black Rock City.

We invite you to be a part of this monumental scale media project at the worlds largest art event! 

Projection Mapping Experience

CALL FOR ARTISTS!

 VIDEO MAPPING FILE SPECS for CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS

Quicktime .DXV Codec

 

4096 x 2600 or 2048 x 1300

 

You must place your video and align your pixels with the included mapping template HERE:

 

Deliver to Burningman@lightharvest.nyc

HARD DEADLINE: AUGUST 15th 2022!

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This exhibit is organized by Light Harvest Studio in Partnership with PlayAlchemist. Artists participating in previous Vessel of Light Shows include:



The Void

Android Jones

Scott Hedstrom

Zebbler Studios

Marpi

Kevin Colorado

Rhyzome Creative 

Moment Factory

John Koltai

Theron Pray / Datagrama

Martin Evigglad

Martin Stebbing

Ben Glover

Hypnotica

Josh Crews

Asha Veeraswamy

Hack Stage

Alex Ruiz

Kelsey Stauch

Ryan Uzilevsky

Vinicus Luz

VJ King

 

Light Harvest Studio is a collective of artists and technicians connected globally through the medium of large-scale projection mapping, from New York, to California. Bali, to London, the collective is lead by filmmaker Ryan Uzilevsky and shares the goal of pushing the creative boundaries of cinema, installation, and theatre. They have created shows utilising many iconic locations such as the Manhattan Bridge, Philadelphia City Hall, The New Museum of Contemporary Art, The Guggenheim Museum, The University of Sydney, Burning Man, Coachella, and Madison Square Garden. www.lightart.tv

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