Feeding Ducks Installation Stills

Squarch

Title: Squarch
Medium: Foam Sheets, Glue and Tape
Dimensions: 43” x 33”
Year: 2006
Description: The continuing theme of “Squigglies” in my work encompasses the doorway leading into my undergraduate/graduate class show, Collabrynth where the feeding ducks installation is exhibited with other collaborative pieces.

Tower Bridge Before Projection

Title: Tower Bridge Before Projection
Medium: Acrylic and Paint Pen on Wall, Cellophane over Cardboard, & Acrylic on Vinyl Sticker
Dimensions: 120” x 144”
Year: 2006
Description: This image was scaled and painted from a collage of photos from the crumbling Great Wall and a bridge from a Chinese garden. Merged together they formed an abstract landscape of a tower bridge with a duck pond underneath.

Tower Bridge Duck Detail

Title: Tower Bridge Duck Detail
Medium: Acrylic and Paint Pen on Wall, Cellophane over Cardboard, Acrylic on Vinyl Sticker, Rubber Ducks, Plastic Frogs, & Acrylic on Plaster
Dimensions: 30” x 15” & 120” x 144”
Year: 2006
Description: A vinyl sticker of a painted duck was put in place of where the animation was going to play before opening night. The pond was created with cut cardboard covered in cellophane to mimic water utilizing the reflection of light from the projector. The fake rocks were made with plastered casts and painted with acrylic; rubber ducks and toy frogs were strewn on the rocks to complete the duck pond.

Tower Detail

Title: Tower Detail
Medium: Acrylic and Paint Pen on Wall, Cellophane over Cardboard, Rubber Ducks, Plastic Frogs, & Acrylic on Plaster
Dimensions: 120” x 144”
Year: 2006
Description: This is a detail of the tower with a painted acrylic background and paint pen on top.

Tower Bridge with Projection

Title: Tower Bridge with Projection
Medium: Acrylic and Paint Pen on Wall, Cellophane over Cardboard, Acrylic on Vinyl Sticker, Rubber Ducks, Plastic Frogs, & Acrylic on Plaster
Dimensions: 30” x 15” & 120” x 144”
Year: 2006
Description: This is a detail of the projection in the dark for better viewing of the animation. I collaborated with other artists’ animations and video to project under the bridge with my animation, but I only show my work here to avoid confusion.

Chair Detail

Title: Chair Detail
Medium: Acrylic on Plastic Chair With Projector Inside
Dimensions: 36” x 24”
Year: 2006
Description: The IKEA chair was a found object that became a functional projector holder by cutting an opening for the projection, and painted to follow the artificial stone theme of the installation.

Reflection Detail

Title: Reflection Detail
Medium: Macromedia Flash Animation Projected on Installation Still
Dimensions: 120” x 144”
Year: 2006
Description: This is a detail of the projection in the dark for better viewing of the animation.

Viewer Interaction in Installation

Title: Viewer Interaction in Installation
Year: 2006
Description: Documentation of a viewer using the projector chair to view the animation as intended.

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