Arcadia have released an aftermovie showcasing the debut of Pangea at Glastonbury last month, produced by Trago Studios.
The 50-metre tall repurposed crane features the world’s first projection mapped sphere and was visited by over 100,000 festivalgoers over the Glastonbury weekend.
The spherical projections were a collaboration between Astral Projekt founder Joe Crossley and Heckler creative director Glenn Urquhart. Astral Projekt have previously worked on immersive experiences at Vivid Festival and Burning Man.
Joe said: “Working with … Heckler has been such a pleasure and I am excited for future collaborations and projects such as Glastonbury.
“We are embarking on some exciting new projects in large-format media art, and our partnership with Heckler will enable us to push the boundaries to new heights in this space”, according to IQ Mag.
Heckler co-founder Will Alexander said: “Partnering with Arcadia and Astral Projekt to bring Pangea to life is incredibly exciting and a huge honour, we look forward to developing new-media works at Glastonbury over the next five years to global audiences.”
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