Categories: Videomapping and Animation
Dates: September 2017
Project created as part of the video mapping course taught by Cocolab, in which groups were formed with the participants to generate various stories of the Plaza de Tlatelolco, which would be projected on the Church of Santiago located in the plaza of the three cultures.
The group composed by Adrián Cabello, Luis Molina and I decided to name the project "Lumo Super Tempo", which means light on time, making reference to how history can be brought to life through projection. For them, different periods were taken from the plaza of the three cultures and were reflected in various animations. The project was exhibited on September 24, 2017.