Projection work

Nomad Films has been commissioned to create several unique, site specific projection works. Lifting image creation from the confines of a screen and onto textured, organic surfaces creates the opportunity for reimagining storytelling.

Into the Forest

 

Pygmy Perch 360

 

Long Table

 

Diorama Diaspora

The forest at night is a perfect canvas for creating a secret, magical world that speaks to the dreamer child in each of us.....


INTO THE FOREST was created in the Chiltern-Mt Pilot National Park, North East Victoria, Australia. The park is a unique environment and precious home to various threatened and endangered flora and fauna species.

This work was commissioned for the 2019 Chiltern Art Prize and funded by Regional Arts Victoria

 

This immersive 360 projection was commissioned as part of the 2018 Murray Arts Limelight: Art Science, Light Festival.

Created entirely digitally the work was created to highlight to plight of the endangered Pygmy Perch, a tiny fish that is the ‘canary in the coal mine’ for many waterways in the upper reaches of the Murray Darling river system.

The work was funded by Create NSW and Inspiring Australia

(Shortlisted for Vivid, 2019. Toured regional NSW, 2019)

 

‘The Long Table’ is a contemporary, large-scale projection and performance installation of cross-generational storytelling. An exploration of the surprising in the everyday ‘The Long Table’ validates the impact and wisdom of intergenerational female collaboration.

(Currently in collaborative development with The House That Dan Built)

 

‘Diaspora Diorama’ is a large scale (50m x 8m) projection work commenting on the current global refugee crisis. A tribute to people of the Greek islands who, in 2016, were nominated for a Nobel Peace prize for rescuing countless refugees fleeing war. the projection is a collage of real life elements and naive drawings exploring the universal experiences of home, conflict, escape, hope, risk-taking, journeys and freedom safety and hope.

The work was commissioned by Wagga Wagga City Council in 2016.