Projecting Outdoor Audio Visuals at Tate Britain
door Audio Visuals at Tate Britain
Audio Visual specialists Integrated Circles have applied their specialist skills and knowledge to bring life to a new and innovative project “Annlee You Proposes” by artist Liam Gillick in the gardens of Tate Britain.
Integrated Circles installed three special rear projection screens and high brightness projectors to allow visitors to experience the imaginings of Liam Gillick’s computer generated character, Annlee, in this outdoor venue.
To complete the experience, Integrated Circles also provided the sound system comprising of weatherproof speakers mounted discreetly around the garden. The refined technology creates private space and allows the exhibition to stand-alone within the courtyard.
Integrated Circles were commissioned by Tate Britain to enhance the display of Liam Gillick’s work and used their specialist skills to transmit the artist’s images onto a main window in the Clore Gallery.
Paul Nolan of Integrated Circles said, “Providing large vivid video images in a sunlit, south facing, outdoor environment provided us with quite an unusual challenge, but we believe we have been successful in helping the artist achieve his objectives.
“Though this project is relatively small, using our specialist knowledge we have helped to develop a unique space within the busy environment of Tate Britain.”
Integrated Circles specialise in the design, manufacture and installation of audiovisual systems and interactive displays that operate in museums, visitor centres and corporate environments across the globe.
The London-based audio visual specialists have been instrumental in the development of several outdoor exhibitions including the current display featured in the main window of Railtrack House in Euston Square and the Millennium Clock that dominated the skyline around Blackfriars Bridge during the countdown to the Millennium.