Rickshaw Projections in SOHO/ London

Self funded by myself and artist/ designer Delphine Perrot, I took the mobile projection rickshaw from Leeds to London for some mobile projections. Only having rode the rickshaw a short distance myself around a car park (I’m normally sat in the back), I thought the nighttime London traffic would be a great place to learn how I got on the open road – er! you learn quick!  We collected the rickshaw in … and after 9 miles of hills, hairy roundabouts & London bridge, we reached SOHO!  A relative quick set up whilst other rickshaws riders looked on, the intervention was on.

Mobile Projections Soho/London from davelynch on Vimeo.

One of the great aspects of Soho were the other rickshaws, finally the rickshaw stopped being the object of observation, this left the projections to be seen by the passing public.

See the horse in motion original film.

Dave

Drystone waller turned film maker/animator/VJ/educator, now an artist/entrepreneur/projection bomber interested using technology/ intervention as a medium for social change.  Currently researching experimental projection methods from moving vehicles/ interactive programming and blending tea.

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