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I’ve been working in the project rooms at uni for the past couple of days experimenting with projections/film. Today I was exploring projecting photographic images on to torn bits of paper that had been strung up with pieces of cotton. Here’s a few images of the process and results:
This is just a mock up for a large scale installation I’m planning that will involve hundreds of these torn pieces of paper and a film that will be projected on to them. At the moment I’m still playing with the translucency of the different pieces of paper and different ways of using the projector to manipulate the images. Feedback as always is really appreciated! :)
P.s, I’m really honored to have been featured on one of my favourite sites: Photojojo, check out the post here – DIY: Turn Digital Photos into Vintage-like Prints with Mulberry Paper
- DIY: Turn Digital Photos into Vintage-like Prints with Mulberry Paper (content.photojojo.com)
- Memory issues in fragments showing images (stackoverflow.com)
- Multimedia Work | Family Photos & Projection Experimentation (thecreativediarist.com)
Some more experimental work I’ve been doing today for Armistice Day.
The background is a sheet of calico with photographs of the trenches in WW1 transferred on and I’ve projected images over the top.
Feedback as always is very much appreciated, good or bad! And if anyone else uses projectors in their work I’d love to see it!