The elegant moon goddess, dances and hangs from the moon in a custom Lyra.
The goddess of dawn, dances in a color-changing dress, summoning the sunrise.
The cheerful sun god draws the sun across the sky with radiating sparks.
Launching August 31 in Carmel IN
We proudly present "EOS: The First Dawn," a projection-mapped art installation created by Blockhouse Studios. The twelve minute experience at the Palladium at Carter Green immerses the audience in the ancient mythology of Eos, the Greek goddess of the dawn who summons the sunrise in her enchanted gown; and her two siblings Helios, the joyous sun god, and Selene, goddess of the moon. Breathtaking colors trace the building, transforming it with dream-like projections.
The installation explores astrological concepts and elemental themes of nature through innovative storytelling. Just as the performing arts center is a place for art, dance, music, theater, and culture, this site-specific art experience reflects and enhances both the building's purpose of celebrating the performing arts, as well as its Neo Classical design. In between shows, the building is illuminated in colors that parallel the morning-to-night motif of the show. The content is created using traditional cinematography techniques combined with unique digital and practical effects.
The ongoing installation features twelve, 20,000-lumen, Epson projectors, which are mounted on the roof of the James and Tarkington buildings, adjacent to the Palladium. State-of-the-art weather-proof enclosures ensure that the projectors always operate at peak performance. Carmel and the CRC are excited to present this installation with Blockhouse Studios, a large-scale digital installation production company that specializes in creating unique breathtaking experiences.