Electronic Easel

Electronic Easel provided opportunities for young people to work with Tasmanian lighting installations and photographer Jasper De Seymour to express their ideas about “home” through light.

Jasper, collaborating with Jim & Helen in creative photography techniques, supported participants to create light drawings, their own personal tags and light animations, for showcasing to audiences by way of a “digital graffiti wall”. Audience members were also invited to take part in a LED throwie event that saw hundreds of LEDs light up Launceston’s streetscapes.