Thank you to Kara Peacock for these great images of This Wall Talks in its final incarnation, complete with light boxes, lenticular prints and mini-gallery!
It’s a tricky job to compress 10 full days of painting into less than 5 minutes, but film maker Chad Peacock made it happen! A big thanks to Chad for his spectacular short that captured the first (painting) stage of This Wall Talks. Keep an eye on the site – the final stage (lenticular prints and light boxes) are soon to be installed…
This Wall Talks, 2012. Kyle Hughes-Odgers. Aerosol and acrylic paint.
Film by Chad Peacock
Music: Alekhine’s Gun. Performed by perth, written by Jack Quirk.
Lenticular photography by Kara Peacock
This Wall Talks has been developed by the City of Perth’s Foodchain program and the William Street Collective, with support from the WA Police – Strategic Crime Prevention Division.
Well that wraps up phase one of the mural install!
10 Days of solid painting… complete!
Thanks a bunch to the folks at Passages and to Adam, Luke and Jarrad who helped out during the painting. These guys added to the pattern fest by designing and painting their own bits of pattern inspired by Northbridge.
Now it’s time for a little rest from the fun stuff we can give you photo updates on. It’s time for us to do some solid computer screen staring action as we edit the video footage from the install and prepare our images that will be installed in light boxes throughout the mural.
We will be in touch when it’s time to play again!
Thanks to the Voice and the West Australian for their coverage of This Wall Talks.