The fascinating “Sviatovid”, projection sculpture of the famous video designer Bart Kresa, realized thanks to Panasonic projectors, was among the attractions of the 2019 edition of Integrated Systems Europe.
The latest video mapping work signed by the famous artist Bart Kresa was presented at ISE 2019: Sviatovid is a five-meter-faceted video-mapping sculpture destined to become a new reference point in the visual art.
The worldwide presentation of the work coincided with the launch of the BARTKRESA Academy, founded with the aim of offering graduates of art schools the opportunity to learn video mapping techniques following a training course at the Kresa studio in Lublin (Poland) where, at the Center for the Meeting of Cultures, the sculpture will be transferred and will remain visible after the closure of ISE 2019.
Sviatovid was realized in True 4K resolution thanks to four 30.000 lumens Panasonic PT-RQ32 4K laser projectors. “The high level of design and production achieved by Sviatovid – a high resolution four times greater than 4K, 120.000 lumens and a radical transformation effect of the sculpture – is truly innovative”, said the artist, Bart Kresa. “There’s no better opportunity in the world than Integrated Systems Europe to present cutting-edge new works, and we’re very grateful to Panasonic for giving us the opportunity to collaborate on this project and ISE for supporting our debut”, he concluded.
Mike Blackman, Managing Director of Integrated Systems Events, said: “We are very pleased that Bart has chosen ISE for the world premiere of Sviatovid. The sculpture was definitely a central element of our event this year.”
At ISE 2019, in fact, Sviatovid was exhibited outside the Pavilions 1 and 2 (Entrance K), for the entire duration of the event, whose opening speech was held – this year – by Bart Kresa on 4 February at the Forum, at the RAI Amsterdam center.
A comment by Panasonic si also essential. Hartmut Kulessa, European Managing Director, said: “Bart Kresa is one of the most famous video mapping artists in the world. Thanks to the high level of brightness and resolution of the projection on a relatively limited surface, the sculpture had an excellent impact and was undoubtedly among the protagonists of this edition of ISE, having also offered the perfect scenario for memorable photos.”