Light Windows
Centre for Projection Art, 2020

  
Photography: Bernie Phelan. Celebration in an age of isolation, single channel projection, 2020, Collingwood Yards.

This projection takes a moment to reflect on the social sacrifices experienced by the community during a period of isolation. How did individuals mark life milestones whilst in solitude? 

Presented by the Centre for Projection Art for LIGHT WINDOWS, a world-wide project produced by HoloCenter, New York encouraging artists to display light art in the windows of homes and venues around the world and share a message of unity and hope during the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Created as part of the Centre for Projection Art’s inaugural artist-in-residence program, six windows of the Johnston Street building  were illuminated in celebration of International Day of Light on May 16, 2020. Viewed from 6.30 pm-midnight in May, audiences could experience these works during their daily rituals from the street and through the LIGHT WINDOWS interactive map.

This project was presented in partnership with HoloCentre; International Day Of Light; City of Yarra; and Collingwood Yards. 
Special thanks to the Collingwood Yards organisations that provided the use of their windows for this project:
Bad Apples Music; Barpirdhila Foundation; Experimenta Media Arts; Liquid Architecture; Auspicious Arts; and Agency.

May, 2020





May 2020

Job Options


Additional LIGHT WINDOWS site at Zaneth Manor on Brighton Rd, St Kilda, 16-21 May, 2020. 

Job Options is a single channel projection that focuses on the notion of trapped labour. The aim for this memorial is to put labour that often goes unseen on display.



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Mark