First-time experimentation of an outdoor festival projection mapping technique in an indoor space. This projection mapping idea was developed at various Tasmanian music festivals over the last 4 years and relied on using trees as the mapping surface. Presented with an angular indoor environment I have attempted to bring the feel of organic structures into the space.
Cary Littleford emerged artistically as live video performer VJ Smucklepod in the Tasmanian rural underground in 2010. Since then he has gone on to do live VJ performances, recycled interactive installations and small to large-scale projection mapping displays and performances at various events including Unwind, Falls Festivals, Fractangular Festivals, FRESH, FauxMO, DARK MOFO, Devil In The Streets, Day of the Dead, Momentum, NewKind, Sanctum, Jazz events, 2018 Remembrance Day projection project, MOFO, TMAG Beaker St events, community exhibitions, countless pub gigs and many others.
Now turning to experiment with connecting communities through live projection mapping in inspiring organic spaces and the quirky world of digital light-field photography.