Apollo XVIII

Role: Lead After Effects Artist

Apollo XVIII re-interprets mankind’s relationship with space exploration in the electronic age. At the close of the Apollo program and the dawn of journeys to Mars, as expedition technologies segue from hybrid manned-electronic to virtual models, the NASA Program acts as a metaphor for the shift from physical to surrogate modes of exploration. Apollo XVIII presents the countdown to an imagined lift-off of a Saturn V rocket across Times Square’s spectacular screens. The fictional mission combines both real, archival footage and virtual renderings to present a new collective viewing experience that will place the public at the foot of a new frontier.

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Time Square Arts
art . design . motion
Brooklyn, New York.