A couple more views of flying paint over one of my drawings that did not make it into Pamphlet 34.
Flying paint (thrown by an adjacent instrument) engaging with Perry Kulper’s drawing in one of our projects for Pamphlet 34. Notice the different behaviour of the paint when it hist his drawing pieces (the three-dimensional elements in front of the drawing).
The photographs are made with a high-speed flash, triggered manually.
Regarding your questions about the shadows from the flying paint, Frederik, you can see them quite clearly in these shots.
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A couple more that did not make it into Pamphlet Architecture 34
My drawing and associated drawing pieces before the paint started to fly.
The drawing above is by Perry Kulper and is from our work for Pamphlet Architecture 34 – see the Orange splatter from paint thrown by another instrument with a drawing by me on it. Perry’s drawing has subtle folds and the two pieces are independently adjustable on unequal length four bar mechanisms.
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Perry Kulper and I have been working on some new projects that are published in Pamphlet Architecture No.34, which should be out in a month or so. The image above is an out take and shows one of Perry’s drawings and associated pieces on one instrument and mine hidden behind his dome. The picture is before paint started to fly. I will post some more views soon.
The top two views are parts of Adrian Villas Rojas’ installation at the new Serpentine Gallery and the lower stereoscopic view is of one of the galleries. To register the image go cross eyed to exactly register one image over the other and then relax until the image appears in full 3D. If you are having problems, make the images smaller.
I visited the new Serpentine Sackler Gallery today. I have not been so interested in some of Zaha Hadid’s more recent projects and the reviews I read (admittedly by some of the less interesting commentators) were a little snide, so it was a pleasure to find it exceeding expectations. Our table was agreed on what a pleasurable space it is – much more fun than the food.
I have a soft spot for this jet engine trolley, which looks like the strangest car.