In(heir)itance Project


4K, artists, creative, design, film, production management, projectors, qlab, screens, set design, shows, stage, stroum, video

This was a really fun project to be a part of. Working with the east coast’s Ruby Pictures, Jon Adam Ross and Emmy-winning documentary filmmaker Ilana Trachtman, TEP partnered to help turn a recorded 4K video project to a live performance for the stage.

At Stroum Jewish Community Center, TEP built (3) rear-projection screens and HD projectors rigged to truss uprights, creating a multi-screen experience on stage where videos could be simultaneously cued and interacted with, discrete of each other. Control was accomplished using a Mac Pro tower running Qlab out of a pair of beefy video cards to the projectors. The result was a stunning audio-visual performance piece.