Emerson College's Urban Arts Program of the School of the Arts presents Electric Pilgrims—an immersive projection event. The one-night event is planned in conjunction with Fort Point Arts Community (FPAC) and the 36th Annual Fort Point Open Studios. The event is free; no reservations are required. (Rain date: Sunday, October 18).
Electric Pilgrims will include a variety of video projections that will illuminate Channel Center Street, featuring sound, live light projections, an interactive television wall, and video and slide projections on screens and across the buildings in a spectacular installation. The centerpiece of the multimedia experience will be a main screen that will showcase four video projections by Emerson College filmmakers, alumni, and colleagues including Interim Dean of the School of the Arts Robert Sabal, visual and audio media artist Andrew Neumann, New York and Boston media artist T. Marie, and St. Louis artist Van McElwee.
Approximately 20 projections throughout Electric Pilgrims will feature works from the Urban Screen at Emerson’s Paramount Center with projections by Jim Campbell, San Francisco; Santiago Cucullu, Argentina-Milwaukee; John Craig Freeman, Boston (EC); Brian Knep, Boston; James Manning, Boston; Bruce Pearson, New York; John Powell, Boston; Erwin Redl, Austria; and Aldo Tambellini, Boston.
truly killer shot :)
i want to learn this kind of shot! teach me.
he does look like an umpa lumpa
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