Ideas and possibilities for final show?
Projecting on Lithographic plates – with image exposed on surface of plate, plate can then be inked in any colour.
Slide projector/carousel showing images from project – Showing the same image over and over.
Using projector to separate CMYK colours on top of printed image – projecting black onto CMY image – might be too difficult to line up precisely.
Installation setup in the studio. Video projection and digital print.
Images from the two different locations that I have been looking at – Cornwall and Scotland
Green/Blue Horizontal (2005) – Video/Computer installation
Glasgow School of Art Graduate, this was her final degree show piece. Over 60 recycled but still working computers set up in this installation to display different hues of green and blue fading from top to bottom. She has work with this installation in a few different configrations, see – http://www.sandysmith.co.uk/artwork/computers/sandy_smith_computers.html
Would be interesting to have the monitor each displaying part of a image, basically like a giant TV but more fragmented like in the image.
Mirage – Mirror & silkscreen printing
Gives a similar effect to what I was getting from projecting onto the back of Aluminum Lithographic plates. Due to the nature of the image looks like it could be moving, as in also a projection.
CMYK Litho print on aluminum with image projected onto aluminum
Very short video showing the interference as you move around the plate.
Projecting still image onto the back of an old Litho plate. Was reasonably successful, seems to depend on the type on image being projected. Blues dont show up that well, due to reflections or the bulb on the surface.
You can never see the whole image at once due to interference from other light sources, mainly the bulb of the projector its self, this is kind of good though, you have to move round the plate to see the whole image.
Perhaps on a cleaner and larger plate without sunlight directly behind this would work better?