Modified bitumen roofing resolved both problems by pre-manufacturing the cap sheet of BUR systems to improve the quality of the bitumen (asphalt), and by introducing innovative synthetics to improve the quality of the scrim
Adding to the effect, the designers have created an ever-moving interior "sky" by projecting images onto a canted scrim
of metal mesh, suspended over the entire entrance space.
France's Compagnie Amoros et Augustin's Senor Z, on the other hand, displayed the lazy and callous gimmickry of what I call the (ever-growing) Blue Man/Brady Bunch genre of theatre - an hour-long melange of shadow play, sound effects and projections of figurines on scrims
, Senor Z was intended to mimic a televised cartoon on stage.
Making no literal references to the Holocaust, abstract images-random text, trees, empty buildings--flicker across scrims
and the dancers' bodies.
Considered by company executives to be the world's largest manufacturer of laid scrims
, James Dewhurst, Altham, Accrington, Lancashire, U.K., credits its success to its employees, who developed the company's own nonwovens technology.
Against the musical background of soprano Mirella Freni singing an aria from Verdi's Simon Boccanegra, one wandered though corridors formed by structures of fine, transparent, floating scrims
on which images were projected and distorted by large mirrors at different points in the path--mirrors that also reflected us, as we grappled physically and mentally with the images and associations they provoked, concretely illustrating one aspect of the mind/body problem, a key point in Morris's process.
The new Marion Oliver McCaw Hall solves these basic problems, with improved facilities and better public spaces, including an ambitious exterior lighting installation that projects a changing display of colors on a series of metal scrims
Ultrasonic lamination of two or more plies of spunbonded, melt blown, needlepunched, woven and knit fabrics and thermoplastic films, nets and scrims
are possible in finished widths of up to 130 inches.
A translucent skin that simultaneously reveals and masks an older building beneath it, cloth scrims
and etched glass behind which silhouettes of bodies appear, layers of "transparent" glass that serve to disorient more than they reveal, electronic images projected onto a facade that doubles as a screen - the object of analysis is not the surface itself but the interdependent relationships engendered between the structure and the spectator.
Makarova uses children throughout as in the Kirov version, and has also included a petite, plump, and pink Cupid who opens and closes scrims
, crossing his leg and putting his finger to his lips, ensuring plenty of chuckles from the audience.
Within its brand new 156,000 square foot facility in Kingstree, the company's first line--which will yield products as wide as, 240 inches--is able to process numerous fiber types and colors with a variety of value-added capabilities, including inline calendering, glazing, heat setting and the addition of scrims
for the manufacture of composites.