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Silandro Castle / Schlanderburg - Luce Dipinta I

A multivision show using three sides of the Schladersburg castle courtyard as a huge canvas. Presenting a journey of history and culture of South Tyrol, with the main content focused on this medieval and renaissance castle and surroundings. The castle houses the towns library where much of the content for this presentation was researched and collated.

A celebration of 100 Years of the cooperative St.Michael-Eppan (South Tyrol) who, in recent years, has won many awards for their quality wines, including the top award for their Sanct Valentin label Sauvignon for the past 12 years (at the time of the show).

The presentation takes the viewer on a short journey through the history, the vines and the making of their wine, to the 30 countries where the wines are imported from this award-winning South Tyrolean wine producer. It wss projected onto the original winery building, itself only one year shy of 100 years old.

Painting with Light at Castle Coldrano / Schloss Goldrain

Created for the Painting with Light Festival 2006 and 2008, the walls of Coldrano Castle were transformed into a huge canvas using the projected images and sound, a total of approximately 500 m2.

This digital multivision also embraced the work of other multivision artists by incorporating their works into the evening of "Luce dipinta II". Dedicated to the region of South Tyrol Alex worked closely with composer Andrew T. Mackay of the Bombay Dub Orchestra (UK) who created the original music score especially for this event.

A festival and celebration of prosecco by the producers from the region.

Three minute video projection on the walls of Haderburg castle and cliff face above, which could also be seen far below from the valley floor. Plus a continuous looping projection onto an interior wall of the courtyard throughout the event.

Exterior video and light projections for Plymouth Community Youth Websites (UK) used to launch a new community youth website for Plymouth regeneration.

Sixth form students from Hele's School in Plympton joined up with Alex Rowbotham to light up Plymouth city centre with a series of giant animated, slogans projected onto prominent buildings.

Visitors to the city centre on the evening of 27th January 2005 were treated to the light show to mark the official launch of the 'Plymouth Mouth', an interactive living history website produced by Coleridge Productions. A project which enables students to log stories and discuss issues related to the city's regeneration.