A selection of work by Quadratura:

Kinetica (2011)

Kinetica 2011Quadratura show three new works, including a video mapped wall being subsumed by cybernetic bacteria, an interactive work utilising the latest depth camera technology from Microsoft, and a digitally augmented sculpture.

Canon Recyclowave (2010)

Canon RecyclowaveAn installation interpreting Canon’s commitment and process of recycling their products.

994,138 (2010)

994,138A poignant installation, reflecting on those who died during the First World War

Roses In December (2010)

Roses In DecemberAn audio/visual installation of memories and of thoughts half remembered

Monotone Symphony (2010)

Monotone SymphonyA contemporary interpretation of Yves Klein’s “Monotone Symphony” to celebrate the 50th anniversary of its début. Performed at the GV Art Gallery, London, with Laben graduates, original soundtrack and real-time interactive video

Shadows And Falling Light (2009)

Shadows and Falling LightAn installation of real-time interactive projections

Video Street Art (2009)

Video Street ArtA guerilla performance of real-time architectural video mapping around London that saw graffiti artists Banksy and codefc as unwitting collaborators.

VBites (2009)

VBitesA multi-projector interactive video installation at Heather Mills’ VBites café in Brighton.

Chasing Shadows (2009)

Chasing ShadowsAn audio/visual composition, commissioned by the GV Art Gallery, interpreting the art of Sally McKay and featuring Laben student Alessandra Ruggeri

Animation Decathlon (2009)

Animation DecathlonAn 18 month project, involving several schools in Kensington & Chelsea, and awarded the 2012 Inspire Mark. Quadratura designed and created all the software and hardware to deliver a decathlon game that could be played by six players simultaneously and be projected, cinema sized, on to the outside of Kensington & Chelsea Town Hall, London.

Out Of White (2009)

Out Of WhiteA site specific real-time video mapping/augmentation and sound installation created for the GV Art Gallery, London.

The Hours Of Folly (2008)

The Hours Of FollyA two week audio/video art exhibition at The Drawing Room, London, reflecting on the invisible forces that power and govern our everyday existence.

The Digital Media Awards: South (2008)

The Digital Media Awards: SouthA rare multi-screen DJ/VJ appearance at the DiMAS awards in Brighton, using our real-time architectural mapping and painting technology

Kaidan (2008)

KaidanMusicians and ghost-story tellers set the mood for a candlelit walk through Holland Park, London, towards the Kyoto Garden where Quadratura reinterpreted one of the most famous Japanese Kaidan stories through haunting sound-scapes and video projections onto physical features of the garden itself and screens made from bamboo bound in the traditional way

Statues Alive (2008)

Statues AliveA week long installation utilising original music and a variety of passive and interactive video projection techniques to augment statues along London’s Chelsea Embankment exploring our fading awareness of static surroundings over time

Haunted Holland Park (2007)

Haunted Holland ParkA haunting audio/video installation in Holland Park