FRAMES PER SECOND
Graeme Roger & Chris Bird
Sound design by Dave Martin
As part of Findhorn Bay Festival 2016
Wednesday 21 - Sunday 25 September
11am - 5pm
98a Dunedin Place, North Road
A new projection mapping artwork installation that brilliantly weaves together the artforms of photography, film and sound.
Using traditional methods and techniques inspired by the pioneering work of the Lumière Brothers, Frames Per Second offers an abstract and intimate re-imagining of the buildings, streets and landmarks of Forres.
Graeme Roger is a recipient of the Royal Scottish Academy Morton Award for lens-based art. Previous projects include residencies at Culloden Battlefield and Aden Country Park and collaborations with the National Theatre of Scotland. Chris Bird helped establish ‘Ffoto Alternative’, a group dedicated to encouraging experimental photography. Chris has previously collaborated on projection mapping artworks as part of the blinc digital festival in Conwy and the Spectra Light Festival in Aberdeen.