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In partnership with Anomic Multimedia, Pump House Gallery is running a 3D projection mapping project that responds to its building, location and themes emerging from the current exhibition The First Humans.

Artists are invited to submit work to be projected onto the gallery building.  Selected artwork will be then projected onto the gallery building over the course of three evening events from Friday 27 February – Sunday 1 March 5.30pm-9pm.

These events will also offer a drinks reception and guided exhibition tours of 45 mins. Times to be confirmed.

Deadline for submissions: Wednesday 11 February

Open Submission Details

THEME: work should respond to local prehistory and/or the industrial heritage of the Pump House Gallery, which is located in the middle of Battersea Park.

NB: The project, Unknown Territories, will run concurrent with the exhibition and will explore aspects of local prehistory and key themes of the exhibition.  This will be documented on Pump House gallery blog – see here for for more information.

SPECIFICATIONS: a series of templates have been produced in Photoshop, Premiere, After Effects and Cinema 4D. Resolution of submissions must remain as the set template size: 3840x3840. Templates will be made available upon registering your interest to submit (see below)

Video files must be encoded using the HAP codec that you can download here: https://github.com/vidvox/hap-qt-codec/releases/

Work should be no longer than 3 minutes 30 seconds and can include sound.

HOW TO SUBMIT: register your interest to submit by emailing [email protected]  putting 3D MAP SUBMISSION INTEREST in the subject bar.

You will then receive templates plus a unique Dropbox link where your final submission should be dropped.

TIMELINE: Deadline for submissions:  Wednesday 11 February

  • Selections made:  Friday 13 February
  • Notice of outcomes: Monday 16 February
  • Projections: Friday 27 February, Saturday 28 February, Sunday 1 March.

CONTACT: Technical queries should be made to Dan Shorten  [email protected]

Other queries should be made to Bex Williams [email protected]

Sunday Social: Creature Consequences

1 February 2015

11:30am – 3:30pm

Work with ceramic artist Amy Hughes as we play a game of ‘Consequences’ to create a prehistoric looking creature. Drop in as families and groups look to change the path of evolution and create their own brand new…

Sunday Social

8 February 2015

11:30am – 3:30pm

Throughout The First Humans exhibition, join us every Sunday at our free family workshops led by practicing artists. Drop in and get hands on with a range of materials and techniques. Join us this Sunday as we work with ceramic…

Sunday Social: Unknown Territories

15 February 2015

11:30am – 3:30pm

Join artist Caroline Claisse as she returns to the gallery to continue to explore the prehistoric world as part of the project Unknown Territories. Join us as we explore what our ancestors' landscape might have looked like and imagine who…

Drop-in Half Term activities

18 February 2015–21 February 2015

11:00am – 4:00pm

During the exhibition The First Humans, our Project Space is being transformed into a prehistoric cave complete with cave paintings. During the February half term, step inside our cave and join our archaeological hunt as we explore the gallery…

Sunday Social: Mask Making

22 February 2015

11:30am – 3:30pm

Join artist Amy Hughes and create a mask out of a variety of materials. Focused on emulating the faces of different species both new and old, those created in the previous workshop or those seen in the current exhibition.Alongside…

Sunday Social: Cave Painting

1 March 2015

11:30am – 3:30pm

Cave paintings, found on walls and ceilings, have traditionally been considered as the prehistoric way of communicating and creating records. In this workshop, join artist Amy Hughes as we explore making 'cave paintings'. Create a scene hidden in a…

Sunday Social: Landscapes of another world

8 March 2015

11:30am – 3:00pm

Be inspired by the artwork in The First Humans exhibition and use the Project Space as a sketchbook to map out, draw and paint what the world might have looked like 200,000 years ago. Drop in and work with artist…

Sunday Social: Archaeological Dig - traces of another world

15 March 2015

11:30am – 3:30pm

Did your ceramic creature lose a leg? Artist Martha Todd has been collecting parts from past workshops to create an archaeological dig. Is it a fossilised bone or a trace of a weapon? Join us as we hunt and dig…

Sunday Social

22 March 2015

11:30am – 3:30pm

Throughout The First Humans exhibition, join us every Sunday at our free family workshops led by practicing artists. Drop in and get hands on with a range of materials and techniques. Work with ceramic artist Amy Hughes and Martha Todd…

Sunday Social: Unknown Territories

29 March 2015

11:30am – 3:30pm

Join artist Caroline Claisse on the final day of the exhibition and the project Unknown Territories. Caroline has been working with visitors to explore what our ancestors' landscape might have looked like and imagine who might have lived there previously. …