Holographic Art Masterclass with James Voller
Artist James Voller will take participants through a masterclass exploring his own practice of translating 2D imagery, photographs or paintings into 3D sculptures for the public art realm. The masterclass will discover how to effectively blur the lines between digital and sculptural practices through the demonstration of LED spinning holographic technology.
This masterclass would be beneficial to digital artists wanting to explore sculptural art, or sculpture artists wanting to explore the digital realm. It will examine the latest in holographic technology used by James Voller and Dr Joel Zika in collaboration with Collide Public Art Initiative and how to create the illusion of 3D objects with 2D technology.
When | Friday 15th September
Time | 6.00pm – 8.00pm
Where | SWELL Smalls Gallery, 766 Pacific Parade, Currumbin
Cost | $60 + booking fee
More about artist James Voller
As Creative Director and Founder of Collide, Voller’s practice combines contemporary public art installation and photography. His sculptures are concerned with architecture, landscape and social histories. Since moving to Australia from New Zealand, James has worked on a range of large-scale permanent and temporary artworks in a range of settings both urban and regional, nationally and internationally.
Most recently, Voller has undertaken over twenty major temporary and permanent public works across Australia. Other career highlights include Streets of Gold at the Museum of London in 2012, winning the Peoples’ Choice award for Moving House, and Art Trams as part of the Melbourne Festival in 2015, as well as DRIFT festival on the Mornington Peninsula 2023.
IMAGE: James Voller