EPSON MAPPING

EPSON MAPPING CHALLENGE 2018 6 minutes of animated content on a huge building   Epson and Dataton did the last show of their international project, the "Epson Mapping Challenge". It took place in 8 different latinamerican countries, the last and biggest show was in Buenos Aires, Argentina, at Facultad de Derecho. On march 22nd, this iconic building was converted in a huge projection canvas of 16 mts. high by 90 mts. of lenght. More than 2.500 people could enjoy an artistic and audiovisual show, delieverd by 15 laser projectors, 3 of 25.000 lumens, and 12 of 12.000 lumens. More than 300 contestants applied, and Rogelio Adobbati from Adobyte Multimedia won. He hired me to create the content for it, so we designed a 6 minute show portraying the most relevant exponents of argentinian culture. Writers, musicians, personalities and well known artworks of the local culture were the main characters of the show.
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THE MONTHLY – 20/10/2017

THIS IS NOT AN OPERA HOUSE Magazine cover image. I opened my inbox and found an e-mail from the editor of The Monthly (the famous australian magazine).  He was asking me for the painting I did of the Sidney Opera House. He told me that the main article of the next number was going to be about the building, and that they wanted to use the image of the painting for the magazine cover. I didn't hesitate and let them use it. René Magritte, "Ceci n'est pas une pipe" The title of the article was: "This is not an opera house." and they wanted to make reference to one of my favorite surrealist painter, René Magritte. The idea was to use the concepto of the painting called "Ceci n'est pas une pipe" (This is not a pipe.). So I let them cut the figure of the painting so they could replicate Magritte's style. SIDNEY OPERAH HOUSE, "oil on canvas", 2017 Private commission. The article starts off with John Malkovich reviews about the opera house and how it is not at all a building designed for opera. Here's the link to the article if you are interested. The Monthly "This is not an opera house".  
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