Living Canvas - Wilton Park

Interactive / Realtime / Live Event / Animation / Builds / Experimental
3D // Animation  // Live Event //  Live Visuals //  Projection Mapping  

IPUT, Wilton Park, Dublin, Ireland [2021]

Living Canvas at Wilton Park is one of the world’s first outdoor digital screens exclusively for artistic and cultural content, giving Dublin a new open-air gallery; a curved LED display measuring 21 metres wide and 4 metres high, it is the largest ever outdoor screen in Europe dedicated solely to cultural use.
Living Canvas at Wilton Park is in partnership with leading cultural institutions the Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA), Museum of Literature Ireland (MOLI), and the Arts Office of Dublin City Council.

The first exhibition to grace the Living Canvas at Wilton Park is a loving tribute to the canal, its history, its unique culture and the artists it inspired.

‘Something in the Water’ is made up of eight pieces inspired by the likes of Patrick Kavanagh, Flann O’Brien, Eavan Boland, Samuel Beckett, Mary Lavin – and even Parsons Bookshop which served as a literary hub for artists, writers and poets in the area from 1969 to 1989. It was developed in collaboration with Louisa Carroll, a resident scholar at the UCD Humanities Institute and her work in the relationship between 20th and 21st Century Irish Writers and the Grand Canal.

Artists Exhibiting:

Anna Lawlor
Bureau Bonanza
Cian McKenna
Cormac Murray
Kev Freeney
Paper Panther
Roman Hill
Ross Ryder
Sergey Maslov

All pay tribute to the city’s literary and artistic soul – blending the latest digital art techniques with the beauty of the canal banks.

LIVING CANVAS - a Cultural Initiative by IPUT, designed and produced by Algorithm.

For more info, please visit iput.com/living-canvas
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Living Canvas - Wilton Park

Interactive / Realtime / Live Event / Animation / Builds / Experimental

IPUT, Wilton Park, Dublin, Ireland [2021]

Living Canvas at Wilton Park is one of the world’s first outdoor digital screens exclusively for artistic and cultural content, giving Dublin a new open-air gallery; a curved LED display measuring 21 metres wide and 4 metres high, it is the largest ever outdoor screen in Europe dedicated solely to cultural use.
Living Canvas at Wilton Park is in partnership with leading cultural institutions the Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA), Museum of Literature Ireland (MOLI), and the Arts Office of Dublin City Council.

The first exhibition to grace the Living Canvas at Wilton Park is a loving tribute to the canal, its history, its unique culture and the artists it inspired.

‘Something in the Water’ is made up of eight pieces inspired by the likes of Patrick Kavanagh, Flann O’Brien, Eavan Boland, Samuel Beckett, Mary Lavin – and even Parsons Bookshop which served as a literary hub for artists, writers and poets in the area from 1969 to 1989. It was developed in collaboration with Louisa Carroll, a resident scholar at the UCD Humanities Institute and her work in the relationship between 20th and 21st Century Irish Writers and the Grand Canal.

Artists Exhibiting:

Anna Lawlor
Bureau Bonanza
Cian McKenna
Cormac Murray
Kev Freeney
Paper Panther
Roman Hill
Ross Ryder
Sergey Maslov

All pay tribute to the city’s literary and artistic soul – blending the latest digital art techniques with the beauty of the canal banks.

LIVING CANVAS - a Cultural Initiative by IPUT, designed and produced by Algorithm.

For more info, please visit iput.com/living-canvas
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The Algorithm team using the interactive screen at the Ed Sheeran Launch