Feeding Ducks Installation

  • SquarchFoam Sheets, Glue and Tape, 43” x 33” (2006)
  • Tower Bridge Before ProjectionAcrylic and Paint Pen on Wall, Cellophane over Cardboard, & Acrylic on Vinyl Sticker, 120” x 144” (2006)
  • Tower Bridge Duck DetailAcrylic and Paint Pen on Wall, Cellophane over Cardboard, Rubber Ducks, Plastic Frogs, & Acrylic on Plaster, 120” x 144” (2006)
  • Tower DetailAcrylic and Paint Pen on Wall, Cellophane over Cardboard, Rubber Ducks, Plastic Frogs, & Acrylic on Plaster, 120” x 144” (2006)
  • Tower Bridge With ProjectionAcrylic and Paint Pen on Wall, Cellophane over Cardboard, Rubber Ducks, Plastic Frogs, & Acrylic on Plaster, 120” x 144” (2006)
  • Chair DetailAcrylic on Plastic Chair With Projector Inside, 36” x 24” (2006)
  • Viewer Interaction in Installation Viewing Animation on Projector Chair (2006)
  • Reflection DetailAcrylic and Paint Pen on Wall, Cellophane over Cardboard, Acrylic on Vinyl Sticker, Rubber Ducks, Plastic Frogs, & Acrylic on Plaster, 30” x 15” & 120” x 144” (2006)
Squarch1 Tower Bridge Before Projection2 Tower Bridge Duck Detail3 Tower Detail4 Tower Bridge With Projection5 Chair Detail6 Viewer Interaction in Installation 7 Reflection Detail8
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Title: Feeding Ducks Installation
Medium: Acrylic and Paint Pen on Wall, Cellophane over Cardboard, Acrylic on Vinyl Sticker, Cellophane over Cardboard, Rubber Ducks, Plastic Frogs, Acrylic on Plaster, & Acrylic on Plastic Chair With Projector Inside
Duration: 00:00:23
Dimensions:
Tower Bridge Painting: 120” x 144”
Duck Pond: 30” x 15”
Projector Chair: 36” x 24”
Year: 2005
Description: Utilizing the concept of feeding ducks and transferring it into a 3-D space, this animated installation was featured with other collaborative works in the undergraduate/graduate class show called Collabrynth. The background image was scaled and painted from photos of a crumbling great wall and a Chinese garden bridge. A vinyl sticker of a painted duck was a placeholder for the projection before opening night. The pond was created with cut cardboard covered with cellophane to mimic water utilizing the reflection of light, and fake rocks were made with acrylic painted plastered casts; rubber ducks and toy frogs were strewn on the rocks to complete the duck pond.

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