Transforming Urban Spaces: PAV's Enchanting Projection Installation at Yagan Square
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In an innovative collaboration with Development WA, PAV recently infused life and vibrancy into the railway line precinct of Yagan Square.
The installation served as a vibrant supporting act to the revered LIGHTSCAPE festival in Kings Park, adapting elements from its designs and translating them into stunning animated architectural projections.
The temporary installation stood proudly for an entire week, mesmerising passers-by with its tumbling indigenous flowers. In perfect harmony, the iconic Yagan Square digital tower became a canvas for supporting artwork, seamlessly tying together the exhibition and creating an immersive visual narrative.
In a brilliant and unexpected surprise, the projection artwork transformed the ground into an impromptu hopscotch-style playground, with children joyfully hopping amongst the artwork. This was a heartwarming touch and a testament to how audiovisual artistry can craft special moments that resonate with all ages.
Behind the scenes, PAV's technical prowess was on show. The projection installation transformed the space using a combination of 2 x 20,000-lumen projectors and 3 x 12,000-lumen projectors. The PAV team operated the entire playback system remotely, providing client cost savings by eliminating the need for onsite labour.
The Yagan Square installation served as a vivid example of how the team at PAV bring together creative vision and technical excellence to transform spaces and craft experiences that spark joy, engage, and connect all those who are part of them.