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A New Chapter

A New Chapter

The Past few months have been a strange period of mass adjustment and what they tell you in Art School is true… staying motivated may be difficult but for me finding the time has been harder. However, in spite of the lack of time left […]

Jennine Marchand

Jennine Marchand

Marchand uses white clay in a similar way to my initial experiments at the beginning of my MA, after investigating her work more thoughtfully I can see similarities in our understanding allowing us to manipulate the material of clay in similar ways, after looking at […]

Experimenting with Projectors and Porcelain

Experimenting with Projectors and Porcelain

  

Unfortunately the old light I used for photographing my work has been broken and not replaced, so I ended up having to improvise using an old overhead projector. This created a good strong light but is  a slightly warm light… I would like to try a cooler more neutral light in the future, to begin with I used the projector purely as a single light source which worked okay. Later I experimented with putting my piece directly on the flat bed of the projector so it was being lit both above and below it which allowed for some very interesting photographs. The overwhelming light means that when using a camera the rest of the studio becomes almost black in shadows and highlights the curves and edges of the porcelain. Another interest of the projector was the projection of the objects shadow onto itself creating more details on the surface.  Alongside this the old yellow / orange colour produced due to the prism effect of the mirror  at the edge of the projected area was bright and was able to be projected onto the porcelain pieces with the porcelain being white it reflects well therefore the colours remain bright and clear. Due to this I wish to experiment more with projecting onto my work.