A multi-media artwork incorporating live music, projected video, and soundscape, created by Jeremy Mayall and Dan Inglis. The work is a suite of 29 individual but intertwined audio-visual vignettes using film footage appropriated from The British Council Film Collection of short documentaries, with music by Jeremy Mayall. 'Glimpse' touches on a diversity of themes such as industry and human progress; memory and nostalgia; and fear, self-doubt, and the promise of the future. But the work ultimately allows the audience to create its own connotations and meanings. The piece was performed at the Arohanui Film Festival, Te Aroha, and the Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts, Hamilton, New Zealand, in October 2017 with pianist Stephen De Pledge.
A video installation consisting of looping images projected onto three wall-mounted cloth panels, accompanied by recorded music composed by Jeremy Mayall. ‘Moment of Inertia’ examines ideas of time and motion; eternity and cycles; travel; and predetermination. The piece has been exhibited in the group exhibition LOCAL at the Wallace Gallery Morrinsville in 2016, at BYOB Hamilton 2016, and as part of the 2016 PLUNGE exhibition at Ramp Gallery, Hamilton, New Zealand.
The projected video component of the site-specific performance piece 'Flutter' by Jeremy Mayall. 'Flutter', consisting of live and pre-recorded music, dance, lighting effects, and food, was performed in November 2014 in the Tropical Rainforest enclosure of the Otago Museum in Dunedin, New Zealand.
The projected video component of Slip of the Tongue's Summer Shakespeare stage production of 'The Tempest'. The projected video comprised "the wedding masque" of Act IV, Scene I of the play. The play, directed by Katie Hansen, was performed in February 2013 at the Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival, Hamilton, New Zealand.
More images of the performance can be seen here.
The projected video component of the multimedia performance 'The Birth' created by Jeremy Mayall for the 2011 University of Waikato Blues Awards presentation ceremony. The performance, including music, dance, acrobatics, and pyrotechnics, was performed in September 2011 at the Academy of Performing Arts, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.