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Play Me

Audio Description: A series of long blue pipes run down the side of a building and protrude across the building. The round golden bells of saxophones and horns emerge from a tangle of golden tubes. Vertical 3D keyboards run up the sides of the building, flanking a curved keyboard that spirals away into infinity.

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23 May, 6:00 PM - 09 June, 6:00 PM

PRICE

FREE

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Customs House

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A 3D-mapped projection transforms the façade of Customs House into a series of massive ‘musical sculptures’, in a poetic explosion of light, colour and sound. Each of these ‘sculptures’ depicts a family of musical instruments which you can ‘play’ in real time. Take your place in front of throngs of festival-goers and create a visual and sonic masterpiece on the face of this iconic Sydney edifice. Vivid Sydney is delighted to welcome back Danny Rose, the design team that last year created an extravaganza of colour and light on the façade of Customs House, with Move Your Building. This year, the team again transforms the frontage of this historic landmark to bring you Play Me!, another breathtaking, interactive, 3D-mapped projection. You select one of the ‘musical sculptures’ from a touch screen, get onto a platform in front of Customs House and ‘play’ the sculpture, bringing it to life in glorious torrents of ever-changing colour, light, form and sound.

Video projection provided by TDC – Technical Direction Company

 

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