Installation view of Matthew Barney: Redoubt at Hayward Gallery, 2021
Installation view of Matthew Barney: Redoubt at Hayward Gallery, 2021

© Matthew Barney 2021. Photo: Mark Blower The feature-length Redoubt film was shot during the winter of 2016-17 in Idaho’s rugged Sawtooth Mountains and continues Barney’s long standing preoccupation with landscape as both a setting and subject in his films. By layering classical, cosmological, and American myths about humanity’s place in the natural world as well as political currents at play, Redoubt weaves a lyrical and universal narrative.

Stichting Discovery Museum, Kirkrade
Stichting Discovery Museum, Kirkrade

The visitor shares the view of an astronaut in space looking back at the earth. To achieve the darkness of space the blacks had to be black. Eradicating the reflection of a ring of Barco projectors at the bottom of the cylinder. Goo Ultra Max (AKA Theme Park) with its 0.4 gain was able to achieve this. Photos by Shift architecture & urbanism The system engineering and construction of the AV equipment has been done by Lagotronics Projects BV.

Chariot
Chariot

Where Nexnix (NEXt uNIX) began in 1990, for those that can remember. We had a standard for operating systems, but which one. Sparc and Intel Unix, NT and OS2, Windows and Novell, and Dos had to be driven on the network. Cartoon by https://www.beholder.uk/home

Installation view of Matthew Barney: Redoubt at Hayward Gallery, 2021
Installation view of Matthew Barney: Redoubt at Hayward Gallery, 2021

© Matthew Barney 2021. Photo: Mark Blower The feature-length Redoubt film was shot during the winter of 2016-17 in Idaho’s rugged Sawtooth Mountains and continues Barney’s long standing preoccupation with landscape as both a setting and subject in his films. By layering classical, cosmological, and American myths about humanity’s place in the natural world as well as political currents at play, Redoubt weaves a lyrical and universal narrative.

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Any Size - Any Shape - Any Where!

Screen Goo is a specially formatted line of paint products designed for the Video Projection Industry.

Goo turns a smooth paintable surface into a high performance projection screen of any size or shape.

Goo paint products are ideal for Home Cinema, Educational or Simulation Industries for Front or Rear 2D or 3D  projection.

Goo front projection can be rolled or sprayed , with the correct primer, onto concrete, plaster, ply, mdf, metal, fibre glass etc.

Goo rear projection is sprayed directly onto glass or acrylic.

Goo is a water based 'non hazardous' acrylic paint with some of the lowest VOC in the market.

Features include:

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  2. Choice of gain with minimal hot spotting

  3. Leading horizontal and vertical off-axis viewing

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  5. Maximise contrast without crushing the blacks.

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