Landscape projection Ireland
Landscape projections in Ireland standing in focus emphasizing the photographic documentation. The projections are embedded in selected landscapes and photographed from specific view angles. The result of the work is the changing of the perception of the environment. The photographic documentation was deliberately timed at dusk as an instrument to balance perception between projection and surroundings. Only a few minutes during the evening twilight allow for an optimal interplay between ambient light and the projection to achieve the desired photographic result. The implementation was made by using a portable projection device consisting of a power generator and a video projector.
Video projection on a stone at Irelands westcoast contains scenes of Super8 films made by Tim Schmelzers family in 1975. The vanished lava stone is located at the west end of Fermoyle Beach close toStradbally in Kerry.
Video projection of animated Harry Clarkeillustrations attheBeacon close to theentrance ofthe harbour at Baltimorein West Cork. Culled from seven illustrations by Harry Clarke, several visual elements were animated and sized to fit the Beacon’s conic shape.
Projection of an interference noise on objects that stand out in their environment. The choosen objects were ruthless built, discarded or destroyed. The container, used as storage, was in spot for this experience.
Projection of an interference noise on objects that stand out in their environment. The choosen objects were ruthless built, discarded or destroyed. The vacate unhabited caravan, was choose for an interference projection.
In a backyard of Castlegregory in Kerry this motilated tree was discovered and choosen for an interference projection. The tree was also selected for a landscape projection shown in the landscape gallery.