Milton Court foyer level 1

Perceptions (MDCXXXVI) Installation created for the Reflective Conservatoire Conference inspired by the architecture of the Guildhall School and how people’s perception of it changes though its use and the effect of the natural environment.  This collaboration between Guildhall video design student Alex Uragallo and Chelsea sculpture student Mike McShane uses the growing medium of Projection Mapping to visually incorporate the viewer within its structure and that of the surrounding architecture. An amorphous sculpture that – like the City – has life flowing through and under its skin.


Alex UragalloAlex Uragallo is in his third year of Guildhall studying Theatre Technology, specialising in video. He has worked in a wide range of video for live events including Projection Mapping, Installations, Corporate Events and Theatre.

Video Design credits include: Her Naked Skin (Silk Street Theatre), JDRF (Milton Court Theatre), Hamlet (Riverside Studios).  Programming and Projection Mapping credits include The Temple (Glastonbury 2014), The Aventures of Pinocchio (Silk Street Theatre),  Hamlet (Milton Court Theatre) Walthamstow Garden Party (William Morris Gallery), Blood Swept Sands and Seas of Red (Tower of London), Park (Jasmin Vardimon Company, Northcott Theatre), Barbican’s Garden Room re-opening (Barbican Centre).


Mike McShaneMike McShane is currently in his second year of BA Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art and Design, and has spent the last four months studying sculpture at Kyoto Seika University in Japan.


Past Exhibitions: Central St Martins Foundation Show 2013, Backhill, Clerkenwell, London, Interim 2013, Cookhouse Space, Chelsea, London, Temporary Waves 2014 Thames shoreline, Wapping, London, Process  2014 Campbell Works Gallery, Stoke Newington, London, Konton Chaos, Chitejin Collective 2014 Dead Space Gallery, Kyoto Seika University, Kyoto, Sculpture Show 2015 Risei Elementary School, Kiyamachi, Kyoto.

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