Visions of Psychopomp 2018
“A rich tapestry of animated kaleidoscope imagery and fragmented text is presented as a large-scale outdoor projection, all mixed to a composed audioscape made with YOUR help. – https://madewithmany.org/?p=2970”
Visions of Psychopomp was presented in 2018 as an interactive, large-scale projection for three nights on the facade of the former Women’s Centre in the centre of Corby, UK. Our arts collective ‘livedigitaldesign’ was commissioned to create this site-specific work by the Grow Festival 2018 and Arts Council England. Visions of psychopomp was directed by scenographer Joesph Fairweather Hole and produced as a collective by Dave Meckin, Rhiannon Evans, Keir Williams and Joesph Fairweather-Hole.
As a collective we created Visions of Psychopomp using animation, a binaural narrative and soundscape using oral histories from communities in Avonmouth and the Norwegian Arctic, an original script, and contributions from the festival’s audience. The installation was directed and conceived by scenographer Joesph Fairweather Hole and produced as a collective by Dave Meckin, Rhiannon Evans, Keir Williams and Joesph Fairweather-Hole. For the Visions of Psychopomp project, I produced a looping animation based on the drawings, texts and soundscapes others in the collective were producing. The animation was designed to map to the facade of the now empty, Women’s Centre in Corby’s city centre and play on a loop over three evenings. The audience could access a broadcast of the binaural soundtrack and project via an online portal. I designed and hosted the online recording and broadcasting system for the installation.