The aesthetics of the slide projection
would then begin to define the aesthetics of artistic production.
Jananne Al-Ani's slide projection
, forexample, veils and unveils seated women, provoking viewers to reflect how their attitude towards the subjects changes.
The Room was originally intended to be top-lit and perhaps the most important change has been to return the volume to perception of the sky and the elements which the first Fellows enjoyed, but which had been effectively blacked out since projection of images by lecturers became commonplace, The new cylindrical central rooflight is perhaps the most obvious change, which allows you to see the heavens from everywhere in the Room (except when the light is obscured for a slide projection
Although the show follows a chronological order, starting with the artist's drawings from the late 1990s, the time line is interrupted at the very beginning of the exhibition, where early drawings are confronted with A Cup, 2003, a single slide projection
of a cup inside a cardboard box, paired with a rhizomatic mind map on the wall.
His accessories were costumes and a wig, along with props and a slide projection
On another wall there's a slide projection
of entertainment or fairground-type images and one wall is filled with a painted image of hundreds of people and a cow wandering about, with a ship visible at sea in the distance.
There is slide projection
which shows film of waves and corn (for the masque).
The seven-minute video slide projection
that gave the show its title, produced by the New York ad agency Sid Lee, used contemporary advertising lingo to address the potential sale of Welsh seaweed.
In any case, it is very slickly done and if you like the original records you should enjoy these performances of them, with the documentary element reduced to slide projection
and a few mawkish but mercifully brief links between the various stars.
NEW YORK: CURATED BY ROBERT STORR) With comics, drawings, and collages in one room, black paintings in another, and a slide projection
of 360 photographs in a third, Storr's distinctive miniretrospective shed light on the links between Reinhardt's pop-cultural interests and his pursuit of abstraction's logical conclusion, while bearing witness to the artist's satiric, critical, and brilliant mind.
Caption: 1.Helio Oiticica, Cosmococa CC2 Onobject, 1973/2014, two-channel slide projection
, sound, urethane foam, fabric.
These include Woman with a Camera (Diptych), 2006, two publicity stills--one color, one black-and-white--of a Nikon-toting Faye Dunaway in the title role of the 1978 thriller Eyes of Laura Mars, a film the artist revisited for her slide projection
Woman with a Camera (35mm), 2009, also on view at Bard.