Cambridge Super 8 Group members, Colin Dewar and Chris Mizsak, together with artists Tom and Tony Scott (collectively known as BellArtLabs) will be presenting the results of the #collusionKL R&D project for large-scale, site-specific public art projection works in the Norfolk town of King’s Lynn.
The work will combine video projections of archive film from the East Anglian Film Archive with graphic animations simulating historical hanseatic trade and tidal data.
Projected onto layered gauze screens to create an immersive, multidimensional experience, the work will also encompass multiple Super 8 film projections of specially shot fenland footage with live screenings of 16mm local amateur film footage from the 1950s.
Where : King’s Lynn Art Centre
When : Sept 29 – Oct 1st 2017 / 7-9pm
More info : http://www.collusion.org.uk/kingslynn