Transmittance: reconsidering landscape
Barr Gallery, Indiana University Southeast, 2010
Consisting of fabricated acrylic projection screens in the same dimensions as double doorway frames and projection mapped abstracted black and white imagery, this work addressed the construct of delineated space and the physicality of the digital moving image. Using frosted acrylic screens allowed the imagery to be seen from both sides of the doorways, and the mapped video projections allowed for all the video to be seen only on the acrylic frames, so the audience could walk in around and through them without video bleeding onto them or the existing space. Because the acrylic was only 1/8 inch in thickness, the moving image appeared to take on a physical and architectural nature in the gallery.