Projection Mapping Collaborations
Limelight x Gabriel Schama
Cathedral of Thieves Press Release
Gabriel Schama Studios and Limelight Projection Mapping are proud to announce Cathedral of Thieves, a collaboration of intricate wood art and stunning video mapping. Recently premiered in Los Angeles, this limited edition work of art is available by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cathedral of Thieves is brought to life by the projection mapping artwork of Limelight. Based in Budapest, Limelight is an artist collective that has been a leader in the international video mapping world for decades. Limelight is perhaps best known for their award-winning work mapping and projecting onto some of the world’s most iconic architecture, which has made them a favorite at prominent light festivals across the globe.
Oakland-based artist Gabriel Schama, renowned for his work in laser-cut plywood, is the creator of Cathedral of Thieves. Densely layered forms twist, intersect, and overlap, resulting in compositions that are precise and expressive. Over the past five years, Gabriel has pushed the level of detail in his work to a level yet unseen in the laser-cut wood medium. His genre-defining work can be found in collections around the world.
Cathedral of Thieves is available for purchase, but availability is limited as only 13 of these works will be made. The physical structure is over five feet tall, measuring 42 inches wide by 62 inches tall. The accompanying mapped video sequence is more than two and half minutes of precise, luminous magic.
This work of art is available now. Please email email@example.com for purchase inquiries.
Lightform x Gabriel Schama
Gabriel Schama recently worked with Lightform to create a one of kind art installation. Ray Chang, one of Lightform’s motion designers, used their LF1 projected augmented reality tool to bring Pachamama to life with intricate motion effects.
You can find more details about Pachamama and a purchase link here:
You can pre-order Lightform's LF1 here:
If you are interested in learning more about how you can bring this complete setup into your own home, office or gallery, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.