Thanks to Yale School of Music composer and organizer Paul Mortilla, I was brought in to incorporate projections in a concert of new music for early/period instruments. The performance occurred in the Yale Center for Collaborative Arts and Media. The photo below gives an idea of the setup, which included 5 projectors for the sections mapped to the walls/windows, and two mirrored projection surfaces/screens which could incorporate live cueing/my use of a media server, such as Isadora.
The evening program included vocalists, a dancer, sound designer, and a variety of musicians (from harpsichordists to viola da gamba players, etc).
In two of the pieces, I incorporate layered livefeed of the performers.