White Night draws audiences to RMIT Gallery light projection

RMIT’s Storey Hall lights up during White Night Melbourne – with custom software projection by MindBuffer

RMIT’s Storey Hall was transformed for one magical evening during White Night Melbourne on Saturday 20 February by MindBuffer – RMIT’s Josh Batty and Mitchell Nordine. Their 12 hour custom projection light show ‘Architectonics’ presented by RMIT Gallery provided the crowds with plenty of photo opportunities.


As well as the glorious light projection on Storey Hall, White Night Melbourne attracted large crowds inside RMIT Gallery enjoying the Goethe Institut’s international exhibition Geniale Dilletanten as well as the dress up print booth (in the spirit of the Brilliant Amateur!) And the 1980s subculture film festival at the Kaleide theatre next door.


So many people wanted a ride on the Einstürzende Neubauten Klangbewegung Maschine by (((20Hz))) that we were forced to hand out numbers to the patient fans (like the butcher shop on a Saturday). Blixa Bargeld’s voice is now imprinted on our souls….

No, not a night club but a patient crowd waiting to experience 1980s German subculture at the Geniale Dilletanten exhibition at RMIT Gallery on White Night.



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