ISSN: 20427875
First published in 2011
2 issues per volume
Volume 1 Issue 1
Cover Date: March 2011
Poetics and public space: an investigation into animated installation
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Authors:  Rose Bond 
DOI: 10.1386/ap3.1.1.65_1

Keywords
Gaston Bachelard,phenomenology,Rose Bond,architecture,multi-channel projection,public art,expanded cinema,animated installation,

Abstract

We live in a society not only dominated by the screen but increasingly colonized by multiple moving-image ‘screens’. This article investigates aspects of the phenomenon of viewing multi-channel animated work that coexists with architecture. Referencing historic projections, such as Glimpses of the USA by Charles and Ray Eames (1959) as well as my own animated installations, I raise questions on how the brain may be processing multiple images and explore the concept of light in a window from the perspective of Gaston Bachelard and Thomas Kincaid in order to suggest differences between projecting on or projecting from – a difference between emanation and reflection. The article closes with brief thoughts on the window – illusion and collapse of 3D space, the image and the archetype and the idea of spectacle with content.
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