Thursday, August 20, 2009
  • The 2002 Theatrical Gobos

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    I found these pics in the archives, the originals are probably destroyed. It's a work from 2002, playing with shadows the way gobos in theaters use shadow-images to temporarily build a scene.

    Translucent extruded acrylic plates, 500 × 700 mm; black foil computer-cut shapes plus high-powered light.

    Lyrois theatrical gobos: The dancer

    Lyrois theatrical gobos: Abstract lettering

    There is something about shadows that I always come back to.

    See also: Etched Glass.

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