The following images were random photos taken during the experiment I did with moving images (see previous post) - as a way of drawing/visualising air. In moving forward from this investigation I plan on looking into ways of drawing with air/breath. There are obvious techniques such as air brushing etc but I want to find other ways that air/breath/wind could potentially become the medium rather than the subject.
I also experimented with projecting an image through one of the light drawings. Because it was a digital projector a multitude of coloured light came through:
Also, as a continuation from a previous post (drawing breath as light #3) in which I said I wasn't going to finish this particular light drawing - I ended up working on it during breaks from the large scaled light drawing I am currently making. The following images are of the finished drawing. I had 4 layers of different material for the one drawing so it was interesting to compare the differences:
Plain Drawing Paper (above)
Transparent grey plastic (above)
Handmade Shoji Paper (above & below)
For the Shoji paper layer I found it interesting to compare the same drawing photographed in shadow and light (above) compared with just light (below)
Spiderweb Tissue Paper (below)