An Inquiring Age is a projection mapped piece created by Glowing Bulbs + John Ensor Parker. It spaned 33,000 square feet (3,065 square meters) within the Manhattan Bridge Archway and on the Eastern exterior elevation of the Anchorage. It was Part of Codex Dynamic video projection exhibition on the Manhattan Bridge, presented by 3_Search, curated by Leo Kuelbs and John Ensor Parker, during the Dumbo Arts Festival in Brooklyn, New York.
Congruence was part of Klick Ideas Exchange 2015
Concept, set design, lead art direction: John Ensor Parker
Animation, art direction, mapping design: Glowing Bulbs
Sound design: Studio H
Set engineering, fabrication management and installation: Your Solid Angle
Set shop fabrication: Cigar Box Studios
3d projection mapping, A/V and lighting support: WorldStage
Documentary cameraman: Marton Gabor
Documentary time-laps footage: Klick
Documentary edit and titles: Jonathan Weiss
You, Me - And Everything Between
by: John Ensor Parker
Part of "Sense/Coalescence" video projection exhibition presentd by 3_Search on the Wyly Theatre | AT&T Performing Arts Center, Aurora 2015 Festival of Light, Dallas, Texas
Curated by Leo Kuelbs
Other portions of the exhibition included sound reactive and VJ visuals by Glowing Bulbs, DJ - Alex Hamadey
[“Immaculate Fluxes”] Composed by Joris Blanckaert, Performed by Elise Caluwaerts, Mapping by dandelion and burdock, Bordos, John Ensor Parker, Mapping Curated by John Ensor Parker, As part of Aurora 2015, October 16, Dallas, Texas
Guggenheim Museum | NYC
Color Theory and Sketches of Thought by John Ensor parker
Two three-dimensional projection-mapped installations with custom audio in the atrium of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City. The pieces utilize light, sound and the architecture of the museum.
They were exhibited as part of "The Diamond Sky", a multi-piece, projection-mapping event presented by Glowing Bulbs, The Leo Kuelbs Collection & John Ensor Parker, commissioned by Tiffany & Co. at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City, 2014.
Sketches of Thought
seeing comes before words
by: John Ensor Parker + Sarah Walko
Seeing Comes Before Words is a light projection installation that utilizes text, on the 100 meter facade of the InterContinental Miami. It was part of Form and Substance | Miami 2015, an exhibition of projection, lighting and mapping.
As Above - So Below
As Above – So Below is a video mapping projection installation, conceived by a group of six artists, John Ensor Parker, Simon Anaya, Farkas Fulop, Johnny Moreno, Richard Jochum, & Ryan Uzilevsky. With significant sponsorship from visual production company Senovva, the artists developed a multi-perspective 3D installation that spans a nearly 30,000 square feet canvas on the Manhattan Bridge Anchorage in Brooklyn.
The piece was part of the "Immersive Surfaces" video exhibition, curated by Leo Kuelbs.
Creation of the piece incorporates green screen film shoots, Kinect 3D scanning, stop-motion animation, computer modeling and a host of visual effect programs.
Artists: John Ensor Parker Farkas Fulop Simon Anaya Johnny Moreno Ryan Uzilevsky Richard Jochum
Visual Effects Team: Sina Taherkhani – VFX Creative Direction Farkas Fülöp – Visual Effects Supervisor Simon Anaya – Video Mapping Specialist Ryan Uzilevsky – VFX Producer John Ensor Parker – 3D Environment Architect James Laudicina Jr – VFX Production Manager Isaiah Palmer – 3D VFX Artist Kevin Bleich – 3D Programmer Luis Valdes – VFX Artist Paul Imperio – VFX Artist Cory John Stoffa – VFX Artist Filip Radonjic – VFX Artist Paul Daniel – VFX Artist Adam VanDine – VFX Artist J.k. Carrington – VFX Artist
Aerialists / Movement Performers: Malado Baldwin Kae Burke Darnell Celius Sarah Lisette Chiesa Iara Celest Diaz Nahdi Gibson-Zelaya David James Jesse Lenat Erinina Marie Ness Max Pollak Anya Sapoznihkova Rachael Shane Julianna Takacs Tyler Visar Shaqiri Despina Sophia Stamos Sarah Walko
Crew: Kevin Bleich – 3D Scanning – Web Developer Chris Studley – Lighting Designer / Set Carpenter Buddy Raymond – Rigger / Set Carpenter Anya Sapozhnikova – Stunt Consultant Marion Talan – Costume Designer Dana Fairbairn – Script Supervisor Darnell Celius – Production Assistant
The New Museum
John Ensor Parker + Jason Krugman Projection mapping The New Museum, New York City, 2011
Video projection mapping the New Museum as part of the exhibition, Let Us Eat Cake, directed by Nuit Blanche New York. The footage was projection-mapped onto the museum, marking the first time projection has been used to animate the entire 174-foot façade.
Blueprints & Perspectives
"Blueprints and Perspectives" is a projection-mapped event on the Wyly Theatre at the AT&T Performing Arts Center downtown Dallas during Aurora 2013 Festival of Light by 3_Search.
Artists: Glowing Bulbs featuring John Ensor Parker Curator: Leo Kuelbs Video documentation by Marton Gabor Sound Design by Péter Sabák (Studio H)
Made possible by Dallas Morning News
by: John Ensor Parker
Multiverse is a projection mapped piece with audio, presented at the New York Festival of Light. It was part of the mapping exhibition called "Initiations", curated by Leo Kuelbs and John Ensor Parker.
by: Glowing Bulbs featuring John Ensor Parker
Presented as part of "Illuminated Ops" mapping exhibition Curated by Leo Kuelbs and John Ensor Parker
Documentation Video by Gabor Martin Sound Design: Peter Sabak Music: Monkeyneck, Dizko Stu