Below are studio tests in which I experimented projecting new 10 second and 14 second timed animations onto 5 central screens. I also tested the faster cut animation, and tried projecting onto a single sheet of cartridge paper from opposite sides. This created a mixing of imagery on the picture plain. But of more interest was when one of the projector beams were interrupted, this would reveal the image from the other side. By walking in front of one of the beams you would not cast a shadow on the work but reveal another layer of the image. This creates a work which reacts to the viewers movements. Often when the viewer interrupts a projected beam the flow of a work can be affected and the connection to the viewer severed. Here interruption may work to enforce the views personal response to the work, as movement exploring around the installation transform a looped sequence into unique experience. The final decision regarding which arrangements used will be made on site at Letheringham.
LLOYD EVANS - Screen test 1 from Lloyd Evans on Vimeo.
LLOYD EVANS - Screen test 2 from Lloyd Evans on Vimeo.
LLOYD EVANS - Screen test 3 from Lloyd Evans on Vimeo.