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Epson Projectors Help Support Gertrude Street Projection Festival

Now in its tenth year, the Gertrude Street Projection Festival (GSPF) will be running between Friday 21st to Sunday 30th July in Gertrude Street, Fitzroy. This year, Epson will be supporting the festivities by providing projectors in many of the festival’s key areas.

Artist Ash Coates, will be using the Epson’s flagship EB-L25000UNL projector at the Gertrude Hotel. His work entitled Mycolinguistics (Rubico-Sterolosis or Oneness) will come alive with the 25,000 lumens projector. Similarly, the EB-L1505UNL projectors (12,000 lumens) will be used by the following 2 artists:

Ian de Gruchy at Turning Point for Futures Past; and

Peter Waples-Crowe with Megan Evans at Turnley’s Roller Door for Settlers and Savages.

Other Epson projectors used at the festival include:

  • EB-L1300UNL – Amanda Morgan at the Builder’s Arms for If they build a wall, we can scale it;
  • EB-G7905UNL by Glynn Urquhart at Johnstons Façade for Future Flesh Forms; and
  • EB-G7500UNL by Rose Staff at El Lobo for Reflective INK.

Ash Coates’ Mycolinguistics (Rubico-Sterolosis or Oneness)

Similarly, the Epson EB-2265U, EB-1460Ui and EB-G7400UNL projectors are used at the other installations bringing it to a total of eleven. You can see the full list of installations at:

“We are delighted that Epson is such an integral part and key supporter of the 10th Anniversary of the Gertrude Street Projection Festival as we see it as an invitation to artists to create glimpses for and of the future. For ten days over winter, imagine Gertrude Street as a time capsule that explores the social, political and environmental epoch of our times. Drawing on the past and grounded in the present while projecting into the future the GSPF 2017 invites artists to contribute to an immersive, interactive and enchanting experience that ignites our collective social imaginary to explore the possibilities of multiple futures…there are no limits as we unfurl the future.” – Fiona Hillary, 2017 GSPF Curator.

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