Initial Move : Setting up a still life of objects, and drawing them in two fixed perspectives (view 1, and 2). Following which I projected the drawing onto the still life maintaining those exact points of view.
Unconventional Measurement: I measured my still life by setting up planes, and used wire to measure the edges as a series of points from that plane.
Mark making : A second layer of hexagonal marks were added onto the still life to measure the phenomenon I had captured in my drawing. The hexagons shifted between sizes and colour, capturing the changes in material, light and shadow.
Core Model : I constructed a 2 inch slice of my still life, but changed the surfaces to better capture the surface phenomenon. The model developed a new life under a variety of natural light conditions.
Sketch Models allowed me to feedback additional details into my rhino model.
Modelling the surface phenomenon
Final model: The shadows generated from the model were fed back into Rhino to generate a projection of the objects. The objects now become a mapping of light and shadow that imply their shape.
Architectural Projection, Fall '13, Professor Marie Adams.
The project called for an assemblage of objects, and the translation of physical information to a digital space. This oscillation between media results in multi layered drawings of the objects and the phenomenon observed on them.