Inspired by Georges Rousse and his site-specific installations. As seen in his 2016 Las Vegas permanent piece. Pictured below.
Rousse explores shifting perspectives by exploiting unique architectural features in painted large-scale installations.
The timelapse video on the left depicts the process Georges Rousse and his team go through to complete a piece.
A site map of the installation.
The goal is to play with the way that light and shadow interact with each other when projecting visuals. I am interested in bending light around architecture while still maintaining the integrity of the original shape.
A recording of the masked output that was used in the demo video.
I played around with different masking shapes but found that a circle was the best way to achieve my imagined effect.
Below is the masking process from Resolume. I followed a tutorial that allowed me to quickly render a mask. The goal would be to explore this tool further depending on where the installation would be displayed, as Georges Rousse does with his pieces.