Friday, 17 April 2015

Fractured Image Test

LLOYD EVANS Fractured image test from Lloyd Evans on Vimeo.

In this work I think I have found a new way of disrupting the image which creates visual interest. The repeating image is fractured, small parts of it stand independent like paintings in their own right. This means that every time a work is exhibited, different parts will be framed; brought forward or receded. While the image would remain the same the experience of viewing it would always be altered. This is something I will explore further.

What this video does not show very well is the depth to which the 'fragments' of the image are placed. From the closest plain to the furthest was about 3 meters, this introduces the possibility of the viewer moving though the image. Ideally I would need a larger space to properly test this out.

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