UNESCO Media Arts Exhibition - Passage (Variation) by Luke Savisky
A flickering multi-layered white light sculpture emanating from multiple 16mm projectors forms a mysterious and illusory three dimensional vertical doorway, invoking the bare essence of cinema. The pulsing character of the projector light itself and the inherent associative power of the shape of the projector aperture stimulate memory, perception and illusion in this intimate sculptural piece.
This art installation is part of the UNESCO Media Arts Exhibition highlighting Austin’s status as a Creative Media Arts City. The exhibition comprises a mini-showcase of media art installations at the SXSW Cities Summit and the Fairmont.
About the Artist: Luke Savisky has created solo and collaborative performances and installations throughout the world, from intimate singular experiences to festivals with audiences of 50,000. His multi-media performances and installations have transformed natural and architectural settings, non-traditional and traditional art spaces. Exploring the spectrum of human experience through film and art, he stretches the limits of visual media using manual film montage, direct projection techniques, kinetic sets and sculptures, unusual projection surfaces, live music, choreography and live performers in unique and unlikely environment.
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