Monthly Archives: September 2006

Peter Greenaway

Peter Green­away wants to cre­ate a re-pre­sen­ta­tion of the paint­ing of the Night­watch called Night­watch­ing as an act of the­atre, treat­ing the event of the paint­ing as a the­atri­cal activ­i­ty of play­ers, cos­tumes, props, light, sound and dia­logue set in a high­ly tech­ni­cal, inno­vat­ing and cre­ative instal­la­tion; a com­bi­na­tion of art and tech­nol­o­gy designed for an atten­tive audi­ence that will be intrigued by a world of light and mov­ing images and the sin­gle frozen moment.

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Interactive Architecture

Inter­ac­tive Archi­tec­ture is an illus­tra­tion of the con­cept that dig­i­tal pro­jec­tions can inter­act with the sur­faces upon which they are pro­ject­ed. G.R.L. is proud to intro­duce Agent Wat­son; spe­cial­is­ing in British nin­ja tac­tics and par­ti­cle sys­tems.

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