Reflection LIX

Reflection LIX

Reflection XIV

Reflection XIV

Reflection XIX

Reflection XIX

Reflection XVIII

Reflection XVIII

Refraction XXI

Refraction XXI

Refraction XXVIII

Refraction XXVIII

Refraction XXXI

Refraction XXXI

Refraction XXXVI

Refraction XXXVI

Sounding VIII

Sounding VIII

Sounding X

Sounding X

Wake IV

Wake IV

Wake XIII

Wake XIII

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You can see many new images in the three new PDF Portable Galleries I posted today.

Wake
Reflection
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This video is a record of one of my new Participation Pieces. They use images projected in the dark – with no screen. You can’t see the image until you create one. That’s what I invite other people to do. Initially, I provide scattered flour. Other materials will surely be incorporated soon. The way the screen is created changes the image. The image is never the same twice. Sometimes you see it only partially. Sometimes the screen moves. Letting the flour fall produces a rain-like effect. Blowing the flour into the air creates a cloudy effect. The participant changes the image. Without a participant, there’s no image to see. And the viewer’s point of view changes what’s seen. If you’re a participant your activity limits your ability to see all angles. If you’re a viewer you have to move to see all angles and you can’t see all moments from all angles. It takes many people to create and view the entire event.

Projection changes the image. Two-dimensional images become three-dimensional. A point becomes a line. A line becomes a plane. A circle becomes a cylinder.

What kinds of images am I projecting? Images of celestial phenomena I normally exhibit in print form. Images of the light patterns I render in my series Refraction. Animations of those line patterns created in Photoshop. I’m sure I’ll find more locations, screens, and images in the days to come.

Many of these images are of eclipses. Coincidentally, August 1 and 16 there are eclipses (solar and lunar). Find out more about today’s solar eclipses here.

After thinking about environmental sculpture and projection for a long time, I finally started creating projections during a Creativity workshop with Sean Kernan. You can find my June posts on it right here on this blog. Just type in Kernan in the Search field and click Go.

You can see my Annual Exhibit in person 8/2-3. Find out more here.

Stay tuned for online releases all weekend long.

Wake XII

Wake XII

Wake XI

Wake XI

Refraction XIVB

Refraction XIVB

Refraction X

Refraction X

Refraction XIII

Refraction XIII

Refraction VA

Refraction VA

Antarctica XIII

Antarctica XIII

Antarctica XI

Antarctica XI

Antarctica IX

Antarctica IX

Antarctica IV

Antarctica IV

Antarctica V

Antarctica V

Antarctica XVII

Antarctica XVII

Antarctica XIV

Antarctica XIV

View more of my Annual Top 12 Selections here.

View more images in my ebooks here.

View my full Works here.

View my Series videos here.

View new images in my newsletter Collectors Alert.


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