June 2, 2016 @ 8:30 pm – 11:00 pm
Riverwalk Center Facade
150 W Adams Ave
Breckenridge, CO 80424

Projected Visions at the Blue River is a visual artwork projected on the building’s façade using projection mapping and a graphic pen tablet to paint thematic imagery. Addressing different themes each night,  Griffin sees his work as a new kind of story-telling, one that pulls the audience into the artist’s process and creative thinking over the course of an evening.

Projected Visions at the Blue River is a featured installation at WAVE: Light + Water + Sound, an exhibition of cutting-edge works of contemporary public art presented from June 2–5, 2016. The free four-night festival features interactive artworks, temporary installations and performances in and around the Blue River Plaza in downtown Breckenridge, transforming the river, bridges and waterfront area into outdoor canvases, stages and exhibition spaces.

Presented by Breckenridge Creative Arts, in partnership with the Breckenridge Tourism Office.
Photo courtesy of Ryan Patrick Griffin by Sean Deckert

Ryan Patrick Griffin is a visual artist currently based out of Los Angeles, California. Griffin uses projected light as a vehicle to activate the environment in a poetic, performative and public way. The artist’s practice incorporates drawing, painting, photography, animation and video, while extending these traditions through contemporary digital media tools to share unique experiences and stories. Griffin graduated from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. His works have been performed and exhibited across the nation as well as internationally. The artist organizes monthly happenings, Projected Visions, using projected light to radically repurpose public space. He has most recently contributed to projects for the Friends of the Los Angeles River, The LA Water Keepers, The Do Art Foundation, The Los Angeles River Revitalization Corporation, and the LA Forum for Architecture and Urban Design.  

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