Small Chair, Large Shadow (for Van Gogh)
Drawings from the street1
pr foliage shadow
hi line shadow
fla shadow
Drawings from the street4
Drawings from the street2
Drawings from the street3
Drawings from the street6
Drawings from the street5

shadow  

A shadow image could be seen as a drawing according to traditional criteria, because it describes a 3D situation in 2D format, as seen from a particular viewpoint, using edges, value and a kind of perspective. 

Unlike a traditional drawing, each object continually creates its own image in real time. The image has no physical substance, is not attached to its support, and can be created or destroyed instantly, without trace. The image is dependent on energy from either the sun or electricity ... and can be controlled by weather (at random) or coin operated meter (intentionally).

Unlike a traditional drawing, the image is a totally accurate representation of reality but it may not be recognizable, and is not an illusion of reality.

Link to VIMEO for DVDs of shadows

Drawings from the street3

Drawings from the street, 2009

Single image from a DVD loop, 1 minute 20 seconds

(compiled for a collaboration with Amy Guggenheim)

Edition of 10



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