I recently showed some of my time-lapse pieces (A History the Sky and two panoramic time-lapses) at a couple events. A few weeks ago I drove down to L.A. for Create:Fixate, a one-night show of art and music. They were nice enough to build me this nice double-wide projection screen for my dual-projector setup (pro tip: silver spandex stretched over a wooden frame makes a great projection surface):
And this past weekend, I showed the same pieces, slightly scaled down (just a single projector) at a MAPP event (Mission Arts and Performance Project) at Area 2881, along with Carl Pisaturo and Dave Johnson. It was a great turnout.
Dave Johnson (out of frame) demonstrating his amazing wooden automata:
And here’s a long-ish time-lapse of the entire evening, which Carl shot on his DSLR, and I compiled into a movie:
I love the look of your frame-less white projection screen in the beginning of this post. Do you think the same concept- stretched fabric over a wood frame- would work on a larger scale? 9’x20′?