Installations in disused venues
The Atlantic Project had the opportunity to utilise a number of disused venues around Plymouth to create installations in spaces that weren’t normally accessible to the public.
Ikeda is known for his full use of the audio spectrum in his works, and The Radar is no exception
With content from low infrasonic tones to near-ultrasonic sweeps. d&b audiotechnik Q series point source loudspeakers and subwoofers were installed alongside the custom screen to provide the audience with the highest quality experience possible.
Bringing The Milennium Building back to life
Working with The Media Workshop, JHAV were tasked with bringing The Milennium Building’s upstairs cinema back to life for an awe-inspiring month-long sound and visual installation by the Japanese sound artist Ryoji Ikeda.
As part of the project we managed the design, signoff, and installation of a scaffolding structure to support a custom-made 15m by 8m front projection screen, supported with the installation of a d&b Q series point source system for audio playback. The installation was a great success, culminating with a live performance from Matt Emmit and Eberhard Kranemann (Kraftwerk, Neu!, Bluepoint Underground).
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Pictured: Al and Jamie rig the top edge of the 15m wide custom screen for The Radar by Ryoji Ikeda