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Painting with Light : An Interactive Light & Sound Showcase

When:
Sat 10 Jun 2017
Time:
doors 8pm
Details:
InTheMix, Sounds Like a Nice Time, Underground Arts Party & Kingdom Sounds present (as part of VIVID Music)

PAINTING WITH LIGHT
 : An Interactive Light & Sound Showcase ft. COSMO'S MIDNIGHT-EGO & RIBONGIA'S IMAGINARIUM -MUTO- POGO - SPECTRUM.

Sounds Like a Nice Time invite you to explore the visualisation of sound as it manifests in Sydney’s 2017 contemporary music scene, as part of the Vivid X|Celerate program in partnership with City of Sydney for Vivid Sydney.

For one night only, Sydney light and set designers Underground Arts will 'paint' an entire venue, using light as their brushes.

The Imperial Hotel's basement and upstairs spaces will undergo a complete tranformation, as Underground Arts turn the familiar into the unfamiliar, conjuring up an immersive, visual feast for the senses. Painting With Light will showcase captivating venue-design that incorporates state-of-the-art-technology; including powerful projection mapping, head-turning holograms, UV/blacklight work, infinity boxes, atmospheric fog effects and roaming performers. Underground Arts will playfully highlight, deconstruct, and recontextualise both rooms' usual geometry; working their unique brand of aesthetic-driven magic on the dual spaces.

TICKETS ONSALE NOW FOR $20 VIA MOSHTIX OR OZTIX
This is an 18+ event

Location:
The Imperial, 35 Erskineville Road, Sydney

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