The latest work of Experimental Filmmaker and Artist, Margaret Honda, is entitled “Film.” It explores the fundamentals of color filters by showcasing an entire range of Rosco gels on the windows of an exhibition space.
The team at ACTLD transformed Strasbourg’s historic Place du Château into an immersive visual experience using a combination of projection mapping and hundreds of projected B&W glass gobos.
Lighting Designer Jane Cox shares her thoughts on “Color and Light,” as well as a few of her lighting techniques after working on “Sunday in the Park with George” at the Guthrie Theater.
Lighting designer Heinz Kasper put our Image Spot LED Gobo Projectors to work – projecting gobos outside, in the wet & cold, during a 3-month-long light festival in Schärding, Austria.
Knomad Colab, a Denver-based art duo, activates the Rocky Mountains using colorful projections they’ve created using a collaboration of Roscolux color filters and LED projectors.
Artist Victoria Coeln defines her Chromotopia light art installations and reveals how she creates them with a behind the scenese look at her most recent project inside The Cathedral of St. Mary in Burgos, Spain.
Artist Liz West used Rosco colour filters to create her immersive light installation “Our Colour.” The exhibit explored human visual perception and how colour affects our emotions and our bodies.
Spanish lighting designer Maurici Ginés used Rosco Supergel colour filters to create “Llumversació” – an interactive light art installation that establishes a dialogue with its audience.
Artists incorporated Rosco Custom LitePads into a sculpture they installed outside the Rawls College of Business Administration at Texas Tech University.
Artist Olivia Deskoski used Rosco custom gobos to capture the mythology of Australia’s black opal as she projected their OPALessence as a part of Vivid Sydney.