Photographs courtesy Monash Art Projects (MAP)
So if you’re down G-town way, swing by the redeveloped Geelong Performing Art Centre in Ryrie Street and check out Daniel Von Sturmer’s latest work.
The work was commissioned to create a landmark public art piece for the centre’s eastern façade. Daniel describes it: “Painted Light” is a new work exploring light as a dynamic medium in public space. The work brings together three longstanding interests of mine – light, paint and video – into architectural space.”
Daniel represented Australia at the 52nd Venice Biennale in 2007 and has exhibited in leading galleries across Australia and around the world. He is represented by Anna Schwartz Gallery and is Associate Professor in Fine Art at Monash University.
This work is produced by Monash Art Projects, with bluebottle supplying, commissioning and programming the 432 Color Kinetics Vaya Tubes and the Pharos VLC controller.
Have an idea for a lighting project? Email or call 1300 473 507