Video mapping – Exhibition Glorious Georges, Hampton Court Palace 4 Min. 3-channel HD video, 4-channel audio, 2014
The exhibition „The Glorious Georges“ celebrates the 300th anniversary of the Hanoverian accession to the British throne. The history of the early Georges and their court is animated by spectacular audio-visual installations that bring the Georgian Court to life. In the Privy Chamber a display comprising of white mannequins gives an impression of courtiers in attendance in the baroque State Rooms. Their surfaces are mapped with animated projections mimicking intricate patterns of eighteenth century dresses. The patterns flow across the surfaces of the dresses in a dynamic manner highlighting the folds and textures of the dresses.
Client: Historic Royal Palaces, Kensington Palace Services rendered: Concept, storyboard, technical planning, media production Production time: August 2013 to April 2014
Concept & storyboard: Tom Duncan, Noel McCauley Technical planning: Satria Isa Sound Design: Arno Kraehahn Video mapping: Denis Bivour Coordination & production: Cristina Navarro