Sadler's Wells is the major venue for contemporary dance and ballet in London and each season is packed with the best dance companies and choreographers in the World. Shown here is a sample of the many video and motion graphics sequences I made for public display on the Polyvision screen, part of the building's frontal façade, intended as arts marketing material for the visiting dance companies.
One of the videos I made to be projected during the inauguration of the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff in November 2004, later displayed indoors with other marketing material.
Ambient graphics projection for Digital Wellbeing Labs' groundbreaking store at the Bluebird shop in King's Road, London. Graphics are generated by a configurable script, the animation never repeats itself.
Unfortunately no photos. Shown here is the projection on the gallery wall, visitors used a mouse on a plinth to control the installation.
Ambient graphics for a fundraising gala for Sadler's Wells hosted by Robert Wilson. The scripted animation was projected on a stage as backdrop to the gala dinner. Leaves fall on the floor one by one until no one is left on the branches. It is meant as a way of visualising time and it lasts exactly 6 hours.
Animated interface for the Videos section of The First Post magazine, now known as The Week. After the site's launch its audience reached 1 Million unique visits per month, resulting in an acquisition by the Dennis publishing group.
Microsite to publicise "Aerowaves 07" dance festival at The Place. Mouse movements generate a wave-like movemen in the background, to creat an experience of lightness, in relation with the festival name.
Microsite to publicise Robert Wilson's "The temptation of St.Anthony" at Sadler's Wells Theatre, depicting scenes from the show.
An exercise in generating an endless swaying movement with code.
A code prototype for a dynamically generated layout grid system
Ident for Capture4 screenings, a collection of commissioned videos part of the Capture4 exhibition which premiered at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London and were later shown worldwide
Two of four motion graphics idents created for the Elle TV website.