Event: Archikidz! Sydney
When: 27th October 2012
This video is made of 1,710 images. The camera shot continuously for almost 9 hours.
Enjoy the show!
It was very exciting and amazing to be a part of Archikidz! Sydney held last Saturday at Carriageworks.
Archikidz! is about inspiring, exciting and educating children about architecture and the built environment. With over 300 children between age 7-12 and about 100 architects, it was a great fun to volunteer as a photographer for this event full of energy.
Below are some of the photographs!
Fujiko Nakaya's Living Chasm at Cockatoo Island is a site-specific installation. It uses pure water to create temporary and permanent fog-like effect.
Working with the concept of hylozoism – the belief that all matter in the universe has a life of its own – Philip Beesley creates interactive environments that respond to the actions of the audience, offering a vision of how buildings in the future might move, think and feel.
Daan Roosegaarde’s Interactive Landscape Dune in Dog-Leg Tunnel, Cockatoo Island is a hybrid of nature and technology made from large amounts of fibre optics which reacts to the sounds and motions of people walking by, visitors become active participants, having a direct influence on the interactive artwork’s identity. His sculptures are tactile high-tech environments in which viewer and space become one. This connection, established between ideology and technology, results in what he calls 'techno-poetry’.
Vin is a Sydney based photographer and travels in Australia and around the world for photography projects. He specialises in Architecture, Art, Fine Art and Time-Lapse photography. The images from his photography projects are available to purchase as Archival quality fine art prints and canvases...Read more