New Media artist, animator and programmer, Andy McKeown’s practice is predominately focused on interactive projected light, sound and sculptural installation. Often using software and hardware he has himself developed. His works range from small-scale single-panel installations to large-scale show pieces projected over buildings. Most are participatory and engage the audience in direct and spontaneous creation. The random encounters of street-based interactive art makes each show unique and unexpected.
A people-powered kaleidoscope created by direct audience interaction. A 2m-high arcade machine gathers doodles, objects or almost anything else you could imagine and transforms them into instant kaleidoscopic light projections that transforms the surface of anything it comes into contact with.
Scribble in the Dark
Lincoln’s historic buildings become the temporary canvas for the random doodlings of the city’s residents and visitors. Comic, tragic, poignant, childlike, professional, the city’s creativity is powered by the LightBuggy mobile guerilla projection installation. Walk the city’s streets at dusk and find its walls transformed with light.