In celebration of the Albright-Knox Museum's 150th Anniversary, K2imaging, New City Video and Stereo Advantage collaborated to bathe the museum's exterior in glorious light using seven of Digital Projection International's 16,000 lumen TITAN Quad projectors.
Digital projection and technical presentation experts K2imaging provided projection equipment and engineering services. New City Video and Dan Hartnett brought content and control equipment to the table, while Kevin Bohner, system design manager with Stereo Advantage, oversaw the implementation of signal and communication connectivity.
Per the Albright-Knox website, the Buffalo Fine Arts Academy—the governing body of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery—was founded in 1862. As such, it is among the country's oldest public arts institutions in the United States. Today, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery is dedicated to enhancing the understanding and appreciation of contemporary and modern art through education, exhibition and public events.
VIDEO: To truly appreciate most architectural mapping projects, one needs to see the creative in full motion. Fortunately, Albright-Knox captured the event and posted the video, viewable by clicking here, on their YouTube channel.
Many thanks to everyone involved in ensuring a successful event transpired, and congratulations to the Albright-Knox Museum on such a monumental anniversary!
Special thanks to Karl Mehrer of K2imaging for once again sharing his exceptional photography.