Wednesday, 26 February 2014

PLASTER, PROJECTIONS AND A COLLABORATION - WEEK 4

Plaster is such a versatile and tactile material if I were to use one word to sum up its properties it would be phwoar. There is a resonance and form within its very essence which just needs to be experimented with-  below are some images to show what happened when I experimented with a projector and OHP on a plaster cast of a bucket. 


Shadows

Experimenting with the OHP










After experimenting with the OHP I collaborated with fellow art student Louise Todd to test out projecting onto the plaster object, see below for the results.

Intrigued by the distortion of the text against the paper and corner of the room.

Unintentional yet effective tombstone shadow.





Experimenting with the projector







See below for a short video constructed by moving the projector across a cylindrical object.


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