Persona-Anima (Sculptural) 2010
(PROPOSED) ‘A PROJECTED ‘FILM’ FROM A FILM THAT DOESN’T EXIST’
The two-way mirror walls of the sculpture function as the unmotivated ‘Warholian’ camera lens confronting two materialities, one is the performer’s ‘cinematic’ body the other the body of the spectator, while simultaneously functioning as the ‘film screen’, a hybrid object that exists contemporaneously within the spaces of sculpture and cinema.
Depending on the lighting arrangement the two-way mirror box can appear either transparent or reflective, allowing associations with either windows or mirrors in turn.
CGI RENDER: SCULPTURE
TITLE: ‘PERSONA-ANIMA’, SCULPTURAL (FILM)
SHOWN EXTERNAL LIGHTING OFF, INTERNAL LIGHTING ON
DIMENSIONS- 4.8m x 4.8m x 3.7m.
ANODISED ALUMINIUM FRAME, TWO WAY MIRROR WALLS, LED LIGHTING PANELS (PROPOSED)