Monday 10th March
My plans for project work includes the use of sensory surprises. This includes visual trickery (the ‘endoscope’), incongruous sounds (combining an image with a soundtrack that seems inappropriate to the image theme), incongruous smells (creating a road-kill sculpture with imagery that you view through a peephole but that the piece smells of perfume). But I have become particularly interested in developing the theme of outside not matching what you see inside (as in the pig with its endoscope) by using a projected image and the mould used to cast the pig model as a surface to receive the projection. I am not sure when this thought developed – conversations with tutor Gary Colclough and looking at his work on-line probably helped sow the seeds. Lots of questions to resolve before I take this further – principally the availability of the right kind of Kodak Carousel projector for 35mm slides, or a suitable digital projector.
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