Horizon Festival – 10 arts-fuelled days // 23 Aug - 1 Sep 2019

[In]Place

[In]Place

[In]Place draws on the creative output of five visual artists who have worked in collaboration with experienced animator Helena Papageorgiou to transform their work into an interactive motion experience, supported by the Eye Jack app.

Exploring the fluid nature of the environment, both individually and collectively, the [In]Place artists search for presence, transition and transformation through AR play.

The five visual artists are:
Kellie O’Dempsey
Pamela See
Claire Matthews
Carley Cornelissen
James Muller

All five works are presented across Nambour, collectively forming an interactive art trail. Experience the art trail by starting at Nambour Train Station and follow the signs through the streets of Nambour to The Old Ambulance Station.

Official Opening

Join us for the official opening of [in]Place, with a panel discussion and live performance from [in]Place artist Kellie O’Demspey and sound composer Mick Dick.
Date: Sat 24 Aug
Time: 6-7pm
Location: The Old Ambo, Nambour

 

How to Use the EyeJack App

Step 1: EyeJack is an augmented reality app that brings art to life through animation and sound.  Download the free EyeJack app from the iTunes or on Google Play, or scan the below QR code.


Step 2: Tap on the event [In]Place | Horizon Festival
Step 3: Tap 'LAUNCH AR'
Step 4: Aim your device at the artwork, the animation will begin to play through the camera lens of your smart device
Step 5: Record the interaction through the EyeJack app and save on your device. Share with your friends on Social media. Ensure that you have enabled EyeJack to access your photos through the apps settings to save to your device.

 

This is a free event for which you do not need a ticket. You can register your interest to receive updates about the event and important information for your attendance.

Images: Courtesty of the artist 

Partners

[In]Place is supported by the Regional Arts Development Fund, a partnership between the Queensland Government and Sunshine Coast Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.

How to get there

Age/Access

All ages
Venue is wheelchair accessible