Thursday, 20 July 2017 08:07

Epson supports Gertrude Street Projection Festival


Epson’s flagship 25,000 lumens laser projector, the EB-L25000UNL, will be in use at the Gertrude Street Projection Festival (GSPF) from 21 July to 30 July in the Melbourne suburb of Fitzroy.

Epson EB L2500UNLEpson’s flagship 25,000 lumens laser projector, the EB-L25000UNL, is being used at the Gertrude Hotel by artist Ash Coates in his work entitled Mycolinguistics (Rubico-Sterolosis or Oneness) – a sneak peak is at the end of this article.

Epson is a global leader in top-performance “Large venue” projectors and is providing 11 projectors to meet specific needs across the festival.

2017 GSPF Curator Fiona Hillary said, “We are delighted that Epson is such an integral part and key supporter of the 10th Anniversary of the Gertrude Street Projection Festival as we see it as an invitation to artists to create glimpses for and of the future.

"For 10 days over winter, imagine Gertrude Street as a time capsule that explores the social, political and environmental epoch of our times. Drawing on the past and grounded in the present while projecting into the future the GSPF 2017 invites artists to contribute to an immersive, interactive and enchanting experience that ignites our collective social imaginary to explore the possibilities of multiple futures…there are no limits as we unfurl the future.”

Epson projectors are also being used at 10 other locations – check here for the Festival Program.

Ian de Gruchy at Turning Point for Futures Past – 12,000 lumens EB-L1505UNL

Peter Waples-Crowe with Megan Evans at Turnley’s Roller Door for their work Settlers and Savages – 12,000 lumens EB-L1505UNL

Amanda Morgan at the Builder’s Arms for If they build a wall, we can scale it – EB-L1300UNL

Glynn Urquhart at Johnstons Façade for Future Flesh Forms – EB-G7905UNL

Rose Staff at El Lobo for Reflective INK – EB-G7500UNL

There are also Epson EB-2265U, short throw EB-1460Ui and EB-G7400UNL projectors used at other installations — a total of 11 — across the entire festival.

GSPF17 Ash Coates Mycolinguistics 1000x600 


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