Limbic Cinema is an award winning video-design studio that specialises in the creative application of projection, light and digital technologies. Their work often involves augmenting architectural features, physical objects and intricate spaces through the use of projected imagery and light.
The results can be seen in a variety of scenarios from site specific theatre and installations to one-off music events, art galleries and music videos. The outcome is very often immersive and always transformative.
They have exhibited projection and light artworks internationally and have operated lights and visuals on main stages at festivals in the UK, most notably alongside The Common at Glastonbury Festival 2017 to bring The Temple stage to life with stunning visuals. They have created bespoke light installations for: In Between Time, Greenbelt, Shambala and Green Man among others, and worked closely with theatre giants Bristol Old Vic to deliver a narrative-based projection mapping experience, celebrating its 250-year history.
In 2019 Limbic Cinema were winners of the ‘Live Mapping’ award at the Video Mapping Festival in Lille for their work on the vertical dance show Substratum.