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Seadragon's lair: White Night 2017 at the Library

  • Date recorded: 18 Feb 2017

  • Duration: 07:25

About this video

Immerse yourself in Seadragon’s lair, an epic 360° underwater adventure set against the backdrop of the Library’s majestic domed La Trobe Reading Room.

Larger-than-life animation, ethereal soundscapes and underwater cinematography collide to create an entrancing marine metropolis in the Library.

This installation was held at the Library as part of White Night Melbourne, 18 February 2017.


Seadragon’s lair artists

  • Sheree Marris – Project curator. Sheree Marris is an acquatic scientist who is passionate about educating the community on environmental issues like water preservation, marine life and recycling (when she isn’t scuba diving and blowing bubbles). She was the 2002 Young Australian of the Year – Environment, and is an award-winning author and documentary-maker. Her latest book is the illustrated publication Melbourne down under
  • Lisa Greenaway – Sound designer. Lisa Greenaway is a producer, sound artist, storyteller, DJ and broadcaster. She has produced sound works and engineered audio for radio, theatre and installation; recent work includes IDEATION for White Night Melbourne 2016 (with Nick Azidis, Bentley Dean and Adem Jaffers). Lisa also works as DJ LAPKAT mixing multilingual spoken word and poetry with soundscape and global electronic/'folktronic' music, and presents a monthly podcast 'La Danza Poetica' for Groovalizacion Radio and Chimeres Greece.
  • John Power – Digital FX. John Power’s practice includes painting, directing, generative video art, digital effects, film making and performance as a VJ. Currently a PhD candidate in the School of Media and Communication at RMIT, he is investigating the ambient effects of digital screens in public space. John freelances commercially as a director and designer of FX and screen spectacle in public space and also lectures at RMIT University.

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