Installation, Projection Mapping
Robot head masks created from up-cycled car parts, projection mapped as part of a special event production for Roger Silver at Provocateur nightclub in New York City. Located on Hudson between 13th and Gansevoort Street.
Provocateur is a nightlife oasis offering an alluring and seductive ambiance designed by Lionel Ohayon (ICRAVE). Provocateur is comprised of two distinct nightlife settings: Provocateur Cafe and Provocateur Nightclub. Both the Cafe and Nightclub embody the splendors of international nightlife by providing its world traveler clientele impeccable hospitality in a fanciful atmosphere that exudes timeless luxury.
The custom created projection mapped installation was a project involving several stages. The masks were created from junk car parts, assembled to resemble robotic heads. Fabrication took place at a local machine shop in New Jersey. The content for the video mapping was produced at Reality Engine Studios, with the intension to give the surface of the masks light play and texture. The masks were installed at the venue the day of the event and programed with sound reactive graphics, which interacted to the Dj's music. Brand logo graphics were also incorporated into the visuals giving a tasteful yet abstract visual impact to the event.