Burnt Acetate

An abstract development of God in Pink. It was used in the Collective’s performance, it was projected over live music and performances, layered with other people’s writing and artwork to create a visually interesting light art piece. However, after that performance, I realised that the shadows produced by the burnt acetate piece where equally visually interesting. These shadows and this manipulation of light links strongly to the light drawing work that I have been experimenting with. The distortion of the light and abstraction of the image, makes for a visually intriguing piece.

So an interesting development would be to project one of my video pieces through acetate like this, to produce interesting shadows and a distortion of the video. That distortion also links to my research into time, language and the reality we perceive. How it’s imperfect and subjective.

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