Concept and technical designer for the NVA project ‘Speed of Light’ that premiered at the Edinburgh International Festival as part of the Cultural Olympiad. The event has since gone on to tour Japan and Germany.  The event involved 120 runners wearing bespoke light suits and 800 audience members with bespoke light sticks per night over a two week long run, creating a mesmerizing pattern on the Edinburgh Skyline.  The design role encompassed concept and technical design and manufacturing liaison of all the light suit and light stick production, and visual and experience design of the audience experience and infrastructure.  photo credit © Christian Nielinger
       
     
 The first prototype light suit.  photo credit © James Johnson
       
     
 photo credit © Alan McAteer
       
     
 Audience with illuminated sticks that formed part of the performance. The sticks included a sound device that at a specific altitude play a composition created by the Resonate Orchestra.  photo credit © Euan Myles
       
     
 photo credit © Ross Aitken
       
     
 photo credit © Amano Studio
       
     
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 Light suit preparation before a performance.  photo credit © Sean Bell
       
     
 Light suit preparation detail.  photo credit © Alan McAteer
       
     
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 Concept and technical designer for the NVA project ‘Speed of Light’ that premiered at the Edinburgh International Festival as part of the Cultural Olympiad. The event has since gone on to tour Japan and Germany.  The event involved 120 runners wearing bespoke light suits and 800 audience members with bespoke light sticks per night over a two week long run, creating a mesmerizing pattern on the Edinburgh Skyline.  The design role encompassed concept and technical design and manufacturing liaison of all the light suit and light stick production, and visual and experience design of the audience experience and infrastructure.  photo credit © Christian Nielinger
       
     

Concept and technical designer for the NVA project ‘Speed of Light’ that premiered at the Edinburgh International Festival as part of the Cultural Olympiad. The event has since gone on to tour Japan and Germany.

The event involved 120 runners wearing bespoke light suits and 800 audience members with bespoke light sticks per night over a two week long run, creating a mesmerizing pattern on the Edinburgh Skyline.

The design role encompassed concept and technical design and manufacturing liaison of all the light suit and light stick production, and visual and experience design of the audience experience and infrastructure.

photo credit © Christian Nielinger

 The first prototype light suit.  photo credit © James Johnson
       
     

The first prototype light suit.

photo credit © James Johnson

 photo credit © Alan McAteer
       
     

photo credit © Alan McAteer

 Audience with illuminated sticks that formed part of the performance. The sticks included a sound device that at a specific altitude play a composition created by the Resonate Orchestra.  photo credit © Euan Myles
       
     

Audience with illuminated sticks that formed part of the performance. The sticks included a sound device that at a specific altitude play a composition created by the Resonate Orchestra.

photo credit © Euan Myles

 photo credit © Ross Aitken
       
     

photo credit © Ross Aitken

 photo credit © Amano Studio
       
     

photo credit © Amano Studio

IMG_4627-w.jpg
       
     
 Light suit preparation before a performance.  photo credit © Sean Bell
       
     

Light suit preparation before a performance.

photo credit © Sean Bell

 Light suit preparation detail.  photo credit © Alan McAteer
       
     

Light suit preparation detail.

photo credit © Alan McAteer

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