Panasonic Business and Integrated Systems Europe are joining forces to bring Bart Kresa’s newest projection mapping showpiece to ISE 2019.
Sviatavoid, a faceted, five metre tall projection sculpture, is the successor to the Shogyo Mujo, which debuted at the Burning Man Festival in Black Rock Desert in 2014. The new sculpture will be illuminated through 360° in 4K using four Panasonic PT-RQ32 4K, 30,000 lumen laser projectors.
The world premiere of Sviatavoid will mark the launch of the new BARTKRESA Academy, which offers recent art school graduates the chance to learn projection mapping on a training course at Kresa’s studio in Lublin, Poland.
Following ISE, the sculpture will find residence at the Centre for the Meeting of Cultures in Lublin.
“The high-level of design and production that we have achieved with Sviatovid – high resolution, four times 4K, 120,000 lumens, and a complete transformation of the sculpture – is innovative,” commented Bart Kresa. “When I think of the best place in the world to premiere cutting edge new work, I think of ISE. We are so appreciative of Panasonic for collaborating with us on this project, and to ISE for supporting the premiere.”
Mike Blackman, Integrated Systems Events managing director added: “This the first time Sviatavoid will be shown anywhere, so we are delighted that Bart has chosen ISE to debut the piece, which is sure to provide a stunning centrepiece for the show.”
“Bart Kresa is one of the world’s foremost projection artists who has contributed to iconic works such as the Game of Thrones series premiere party and the mapping of NASA’s Endeavour Space Shuttle,” said Hartmut Kulessa, European Marketing Manager for Panasonic. “Given the brightness and resolution of the projection on a relatively small surface, this is likely to be a real highlight and a great photo opportunity at this year’s exhibition.”
Sviatavoid will be on display outside Hall 1 and 2 (Entrance K) throughout ISE at the RAI, Amsterdam from 5-8 February.
Bart Kresa will also give the ISE 2019 Opening Address which will take place at 6pm on the 4 February at the Forum, RAI Amsterdam.