I Wish You Wouldn't Linger, 2019 consists of two abstract animations made from motion graphics and digitally projection-mapped onto sculptural forms made from fabric and wood. It was produced as my thesis work upon completing the MFA program in Studio Art at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. The work was made on-site, specific to this installation. As the viewing experience is inherently immersive, this documentation serves to convey the components from which the installation was made. It cannot, however, convey the actual work.
The first animation is projection-mapped onto a suspended fabric box made only with sewn organza (no armature), with its image passing through to the corner on the wall behind.
The second animation is projection-mapped onto a carved and painted pine 2 x 4, adhered to the wall in the opposite corner from the first animation.
I WISH YOU WOULDN'T LINGER,2019, TWO VIDEO CHANNELS: ABSTRACT ANIMATIONS DIGITALLY PROJECTION-MAPPED ONTO SCULPTURES MADE FROM WOOD, PAINT AND ORGANZA FABRIC, SINGLE CHANNEL AUDIO OF LAYERED ROOM TONES, 25:00 RUNNING TIME, OVERALL DIMENSIONS VARIABLE. Made for the School of the Art Institute MFA Show 2019, Chicago, IL.