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Hinterland – Projection Mapping

Hinterland marked the official launch of Scotland’s Festival of Architecture 2016 and was a key highlight in the Year of Innovation, Architecture & Design. Over ten nights from 18 – 27 March 2016, sell-out audiences explored St Peter’s Seminary, one of Scotland’s most important modernist buildings, for the first time in thirty years. This immense public artwork introduced the long term plans for the site and cele
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Great Journeys Start… – Projection Mapping

To mark the opening of the first wave of restaurants in the new £85 million dining and leisure extension at Westquay, Southampton, NOVAK were commissioned by events company, The Fair, to design and animate a projection mapping onto the cities medieval city walls, to form a centre piece for the Luminate Southampton event. NOVAK created a projection entitled ‘Great Journeys Start and End In Southampton’ tha
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Dr Blighty – Projection Mapping

Dr Blighty was a multi arts event produced by Nutkhut and presented at the Brighton Festival 2016. It featured a highly ambitious and emotive projection mapping of the Royal Pavilion in Brighton, designed and animated by NOVAK in collaboration with Nutkhut. Inspired by the remarkable story of when Brighton’s Royal Pavilion Estate became a military hospital for wounded Indian soldiers during the First World War.
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Journey – Projection Mapping

Commissioned as part the Singapore Night Festival 2016 In this spectacular work, NOVAK delves into the world of Victorian novelist Jules Verne, known for his creation of a world reflecting the future of Victorian invention and fantasy. The team reinterprets seven of his novels to create a unique adventure dynamically projection-mapped to fit the façade of the Singapore Art Museum. Highlighting the use of invention to
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Fool’s Paradise – Projection Mapping

Commissioned as part of ‘The UK’s largest light festival’, Lumiere Durham, ‘Fool’s Paradise’ is a projection mapping onto the stunning UNESCO heritage site of Durham Castle. Inspired by local folklore and fairytales Fool’s Paradise, uses stop-motion animation techniques, paper cutting and hand drawn images to create a fantasy location interweaving stories and characters. The continuous narrative was viewed at various
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195 Piccadilly – Projection Mapping

Commissioned as part of the inaugural Lumiere London festival, ‘195 Piccadilly’ is a large scale projection onto the BAFTA building. Exploring the different genres of cinema and television using images from BAFTA’s archive. The overall aesthetic refers to the origins of 195 Piccadilly as the home of the Royal Institute for Painters in Watercolour. The animation is accompanied by a striking soundtrack, created b
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Rush 2015 – Projection Design

Rush is a mass movement spectacular choreographed by Southpaw Dance Company and produced by Event International featuring large format video and projection mapping by NOVAK. It was first performed at St. Hilda’s colliery, South Shields on Sunday 5th April 2015 to an enthralled packed out audience. The piece follows three archetypes, a zero hours worker, a young mother, and a homeless character. Through the lens of th
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MTV EMA – Projection Mapping

MTV hosted their 2014 EMA’s in Glasgow and wanted to create a bold statement, that shouted out to the people of Glasgow that they were in town! The location for this world wide event was the Hydro arena, which is situated on the banks of the river Clyde, where once hundreds of shipbuilding cranes filled the skyline. Now only one remains, the iconic Finneston Crane, that stands as a proud neighbour of the Hydro and fo
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Branchage – Projection Mapping

As part of the Branchage Film Festival, NOVAK, in collaboration with QED productions and the Radiophonic Workshop, undertook one their most ambitious projects to date.   To projection map an entire island! The aim of the project was to create a 25 minute audio visual performance where the entirety of St. Aubin’s fort, Jersey was projected onto, while the Radiophonic Workshop performed live from the opposing boat
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NUSU – Projection Mapping

NOVAK were approached by the freshers week event organisers at Newcastle University to deliver something ’spectacular’ and provide a ‘centre piece’ to their week long series of events to welcome over 20,000 new students. And what better way to achieve this, than to create something truly unique.  A  spectacular projection mapping of the iconic Newcastle University Students Union Building. Working cl
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