The videos below give an example of what my ‘motionpaintings’ might look like in a gallery or museum setting. If Ultra-Short Throw projectors are used to project on gallery walls, the work can be seen in more or less broad daylight.  Undoubtedly, projection technology will continue to improve such that large scale and flexible viewing under tungsten or daylight will become commonplace.

Note that clicking on the image will play the gallery or museum simulations; while clicking on the motionpaintings featured (i.e. the names below the image) will take you to the artwork on my Vimeo site. 

Gallery simulation #1: “Red Cross (with Meme Perretier)” & “Linda Portrait (2 screen no sex)” motionpainting fragments.

 
 

Gallery Simulation #2: “Blanche Honegger Moyse” on left; “Mara Williams” on right

Gallery Simulation #3: “Mamonet”, “Dan Sable”, “Carol Wincenc” motionpainting fragments.

Gallery Simulation #4: “SlamLink”, “Self Portrait TIBETAN”, “Just Kidding”, “Sadie Holliday” motionpainting fragments.

Gallery Simulation #5: “SantaFe”, “Toby Frank Portrait (single screen)” motionpainting fragments.

Gallery Simulation #6: “Intentions”, “Green Ivy (3 Screen), “Same As Not” motionpainting fragments.

Gallery Simulation #7:  “Waive Goodbye” & “Spring, 2005” motionpainting fragments.

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