Projected Reality

In this series, I use a slide projector to project a piece of art onto anonymous bodies or everyday environments with no inherent significance. There is an aspect of these diverse pieces of art that becomes averaged when they are all presented in the same format, often in the same setting (an art history classroom, in this case). The slides take on depth and dimension when projected onto 3 dimensional objects or people, distorting the image and giving it new life and context. It brings up questions about how a single piece of art can continually change based on its physical environment.

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