CSIRO and their Energy Flagship wanted a way of kickstarting the public conversation around energy. They came up with the idea of building a 16-metre wide eight-seater swing that uses the kinetic energy generated by swingers to create groovy sound effects and light up letters above the seat to spell the word INFINITY.
The installation n heavy traffic areas of Sydney (Circular Quay) and Melbourne (Federation Square) literally brought traffic to a stop and gave CSIRO staff the change to engage with the community in a broader conversation around energy.
To capture the experience of the Infinity Swing installation and the message it was trying to deliver, Square Fish worked late into the night filming participants at both Sydney and Melbourne locations.
Using our motion timelapse rig, we were able to capture the event across an entire evening – in the end producing a video that captured the fun of the experience and the important messaging CSIRO was trying to deliver.
Production Company: Square Fish
Camera: Luke McCauley and Hamish Siddins
Audio Mix: Take 2 Audio