I was first introduced to the idea of projection mapping last year at Cincinnati’s Lumenocity event at Music hall.
Two days ago, I premiered a series of animated projections for a live performance featuring Sarah Wood.
Since then, i’ve been fiddling with the projector, and trying to ‘map’ an existing room, to see if i can use colors and animations to transform the space.
I mapped a VERY crooked painting that was on my wall…so that the painting is illuminated with light…and then i placed an animation in the background. I cover the projector with my hand a few times, so you can see the wall without the light.
I think this test is a good proof of concept, and soon, I will map an entire wall at my gallery, and do something amazing. Stay tuned!
We have our poster for upcoming concert, and the closer we get, the more excited I am about sharing my animations on a stage while Sarah Wood makes beautiful music. I hope you will be able to join us for this groundbreaking art event.
I have been building on yesterday’s animation, and combined a few different things to make this little animation:
I added a few patterns to the quilt animation, then added some colors and used the pattern as a background for a ‘cabin in the woods’. I also added some twinkling stars, and smoke coming from the chimney.