SHADOWDANCER: PROCESS JOURNAL

ARTIST STATEMENT installation: light on plastic This installation is the result of testing the mediality of lightweight tablecloth plastic under different states of light. The surface of the plastic is semi-translucent and subject to tiny changes in air pressure, so the object was to examine these aspects by using a live camera feed to project … Continue reading SHADOWDANCER: PROCESS JOURNAL

PRACTICE: 5 – PORTRAITURE AND THE SUBJECT AS PERFORMER

Taking this work in the next level involves introducing a bodily aspect, including shadows and projected/ mediated video. Working with a live video feed of the subject taken from behind the screen and then rebroadcast back onto the surface of the plastic give some interesting distortions. I have also continued to experiment with the photography … Continue reading PRACTICE: 5 – PORTRAITURE AND THE SUBJECT AS PERFORMER

Practice: Light Painting 2019

BACKGROUND: In 2018 I developed a work for class which experimented with shadow and light, using a semi-opaque white plastic sheeting as a medium to generate a set of shadows. While I was moderately satisfied with the outcome, I felt as though the time pressures and circumstances surrounding the installation off the work left a … Continue reading Practice: Light Painting 2019

LIGHT PAINTING/ PROTOTYPE I

The object of this experiment is to generate an "object of wonder" or as I like to describe it: "Machines That Do Nothing" -based on the research at UoW Innovation Campus this semester around installation artworks with an interactive/audience driven component. The theme for the work is " A Natural History Museum After an Earthquake". … Continue reading LIGHT PAINTING/ PROTOTYPE I