In these experiments I explored back projecting my new animations onto the paper from which they were drawn. Back projecting really softened the image, better imbedding it 'into' the paper. I also looked at projecting two different animations onto a central sheet from opposite positions. this created a layering seen in earlier experiments. Where the viewer moves around the image the central image is interrupted, and the silhouette they create on the picture plain is filled with the moving image from the opposite projector.
LLOYD EVANS - Corpse test1 from Lloyd Evans on Vimeo.
LLOYD EVANS - Corpse test2 from Lloyd Evans on Vimeo.
LLOYD EVANS - Corpse test3 from Lloyd Evans on Vimeo.
LLOYD EVANS - Corpse double exposure test from Lloyd Evans on Vimeo.
In response to the test above I intend to explore using longer screens, this may encourage the viewer to walk along the image in order to expose the image beneath. Its also worth noting that this can be viewed from the opposite side where the second image is seen and the first is now hidden.
LLOYD EVANS - Corpse mirror test from Lloyd Evans on Vimeo.