#PoweredByLupa - In awe of this gravity defying new work by Sydney based artist Therese Keogh currently showing at @firstdraft_ and Powered by Lūpa. On until the 24th of May. Artwork: Therese Keogh, Imaged in Absence, 2018, digital animation
#PoweredByLupa - We are so in love with the super slick new work from Lūpa’s best mate, Baden Pailthorpe (@badenpailthorpe) commissioned for the opening show of the brand new Lyon Housemuseum Galleries in Melbourne (@lyonhousemuseum) and of course powered by 6 Lūpa’s in sync mode. Artwork: Procedural/Portrait 8 mins 33 seconds / 6-channel digital video, 1920 x 6840 pixels. Installation view, Lyon Housemuseum Galleries, Melbourne, 2019.
#PoweredByLupa - Lūpa is proud to partner with this years Art Month Sydney donating our players to be used across galleries during the month of March. Artwork: Kieran Bryant, 2017, wetness quartet, four-channel video (loop), 00:34:17. Photo: Document Photography
#poweredbylupa Lūpa recently supported Emma Fieldens (@emmafielden) two channel synced work ‘A Diminishing Force’; shown in ‘The Fall’ at Dominik Mersch Gallery (@dominikmerschgallery). ‘A Diminishing Force’ records her relentless hammering of marble and magnet. Here, the artist has tried to break down each monolith block into pieces, then to dust, and even to their atoms. Artwork: A Diminishing Force; two-channel HD video with stereo audio, 10:30 minutes; two sculptures, Queensland Bianca marble, ferrite magnet.
#PoweredByLupa - Lūpa is proud to support Justine Youssef’s (@justineyoussef) show ‘All Blessings, All Curses’ at 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Sydney (@4a_aus). Justine’s show feature multiple multichannel synced work powered by Lūpa. If you are in Sydney the show is open until December 16, 2018. Artworks: Justine Youssef & Duha Ali. ‘Body/Cartography’ & ’Kohl’, 2018. Images by Kai Wasikowski & Courtesy of the artists.
#PoweredByLupa - We take a look back at the stunning Lisa Sammut (@lilsammut) installation, ‘a monumental echo’ presented at @firstdraft_ in September. Lūpa powered the synced 2-channel video projection and TV screens in the work! Artwork: a monumental echo, 2018 Wood, paint, acrylic, mirror, copper, timber laminate, velour, cardboard, aluminum, motors, clockwork mechanisms, volcanic sand, pumice, collage, spotlights, HD video Dimension and time variable 📷 @zanwimberley
#PoweredByLupa Museums & Galleries of NSW have chosen Lūpa for their tour of the sensational show, ‘The Curtain Breathed Deeply’ by Justene Williams, currently at Penrith Regional Gallery until 11 November. Artwork: Justene Williams, The Curtain Breathed Deeply, Penrith Regional Gallery & The Lewers Bequest. Photo: @silversalt_photography
#PoweredByLupa Lūpa powered this mini video wall at @firstdraft_ for ‘Any Similarity To Any Person Living Or Dead Is Merely Coincidental’ by Dominic Byrne (@dominicgbyrne), Leila El Rayes (@dingbatbabe), Hana Hoogedeure (@hugedoor), Kristina Savic (@xtinabeats.avi) & Matthew Varnay (@neeto_burritos).
#PoweredByLupa Lūpa is currently running the beautiful two channel work by collective Adorned as apart of ‘New Sacred’ showing at Mosman Art Gallery until 8 September. @mosmanart Artwork: Wisdom, Memory and Song, 2017. Video, 21 mins 16 secs Camera and sound recording by Craig Bender and Vera Hong, musical score by George Tillianakis. Photo: Tom Connolly
#PoweredByLupa “Lūpa made install so easy. After years of anxiety about working with multi-channeled video installations, Lūpa has given me confidence! It is beautifully simple to use: if you want to sync multiple videos together, forget about all the computer wizardry - just plug in and away you go. Lūpa has me thinking of lots of new projects and possibilities!” - Harriet Body, Curator of ‘Around the Outside’ at Firstdraft Gallery, Sydney. @harrietbody @firstdraft_ Artwork: Kate Adams and Paul Colley, The Not Knowing of Another, 2008, 3channel video installation, stereo sound, duration: 14:56 (courtesy the artists and Project Art Works, Hastings, UK) Also: Rosie Deacon and Emily Crockford, Tree Bear Punk Queens of the Desert, 2018, mix-media installation, dimensions variable (courtesy the artists and Studio A, Sydney) @rosiedeacon & @cinderella_studioa Photo: Zan Wimberley @zanwimberley