1 images of a guitar player playing differnent Strums with music playing in the background
2 white outfits with white chucks painted with some design to be presented separately or together
3 full body "henna" tattoos
4 life-size installation in the park (dinosaur)
5 life-size designs of people in the park (sculpture or 2-d)
6 sculpture of a guy sitting on a roof
7 hanging mirrors
8 mirrors angled and a picture for repeating reflection
9 giant comic book
10 flip book animation with background sounds
1. the use of multiple umbrellas. painting an image on the underside of the umbrella, and spreading them out to create a whole image, or idea. maybe hanging them somewhere
2. projecting an image on to a unique surface
3. going to the woods and painting a row of trees, so when one takes a step back all of the trees together create a 2d image
4. pile random objects together in a way that when light is casted onto the pile it creates a perfect image on to a wall, and giving you an A+ in the class.
5. tvs, phones, computers, etc. electronics
6. do something with the evolution of computers. 1st gen, physical machine. 2nd gen. touch screen, flat surface. 3rd. gen. virtual reality
7. build a structure out of cardboard and apply images of the structure built onto the cardboard making the flat images give the structure a false 3rd dimension feel
8. a series of beads on long string hanging down side by side creating a a flat layer, then painting the beads so that when one steps back there's an image.
9. painting the walls in a room of a place somewhere else in the world, or even a fictional setting.
10. filling up an entire room with printed files, images, binary code, everything that can represent a harddrive of a computer. then to give the viewer the feeling he or she is inside the the harddrive of a computer, using a very nontraditional way of showing it
1-"Life Underwater"= This would include 3-D objects (like fish, coral, etc.) hanging from the ceiling, and maybe us acting out a scene from a movie or possibly doing a skit.
2- "Action 'Planter' Jackson=This idea consists of action figures set in different poses tending a garden; some 3-D and 2-D...
3-"It's a nice day for a, White Wedding"= A wedding altar with a bride and groom would kneeling down made out of leggos.
4-"Ohhh Baby!"= A baby's room with secret passageways disguised as clusters of stars on all the walls and in the floor, to represent how having a child is like being transported to another world. I.E., Erykah Badu choosing "Merkaba" as her third daughters middle name. Toys or other child necessities could be held in the "portals".
5-"Chaotic Rage Mode"= A room where every surface is covered in destruction as a means of release of anger. Smashed plates, flinging paint, condiments, broken mirrors, etc...
6-"Skyline, Mine"= This would consist of 3-D cardboard boxes made to look like the buildings in Atlanta (Seen from our classrom). We are trying to make it seem as if the buildings actually portrude through the windows, and continue into the classroom...What a perspective! :)
7-"To be, or not to be"= An idea of decorating a wall inside one of our Art classrooms like the stage of a theatre; Maybe have 3-D curtains hanging down, and drawings to give a 2-D look to the stage/backstage. I was thinking we could maybe even act out a scene from a play, or show/project a movie on the wall...
8-"Poses"= This would consist of 2-D Drawings of human beings in different poses, with maybe a 2-D image turning into a 3-D image. (For example, maybe have the lower half of a body drawn onto the page, and use the upper half of an actual human body...Kinda like the body was "coming at you", or off of the page...
9-"Landscape escape"= this would be a mural of different landscapes (2-D) containing 3-D images like trees, rocks, sand, etc...Pretty much a display of different kinds of terrain, i.e. attempting to give one the feeling of "hanging from a cliff" & or "standing on a beach" at the same time...
10-"Fashion Extraction"= A highlight of changes in fashion trends throughout time; utilizing different kinds of clothes/wardrobes from different "eras", throughout the US specifically...Will contain 2-D & 3-D images, with possible 4-D "fusions" (play a clip from a movie, music of that specific time period, etc.)
Sky- Clouds, sounds of birds, background of sky
Galaxy- balls hanging down, background of stars
set up house- like pictures of chairs and lights etc.
mario- set up scene of game with back drop and actual images
forest- trees, animal noises, pics of animals
cubical- set up office with cardboard
garden- flowers on background and actual flowers on floor and hanging from ceiling
desert- background of sand and sun, cactus on floor with sand blowing noises
ocean- background of see sound of water, boat on floor
marta- have train on background, have chair sitting waiting and images of people standing
-some kinds of hanging objects
-something using the classroom window
-pop your head in box
1. Light and shadow display using tin foil and wires.
2. morphing illusion
3. Hands with strings coming out like lightening. Derrick calls this Kamayamaya.
4. Scale cut outs that are images of their own, placed at intervals so that the shadow of the collective
makes a final image. Something like the 2 men sitting, but with a series of 2 D pictures.
5. Projected image project of some sort. Undefined at this point.
6. Hidden 3D object. A 3D object placed in front of a 2D image and then painted to blend into it. Like
7. Light as solid object. Imaging a table or chair or something, with maybe an image painted onto it. But
the legs of the furniture are highly focused beams of light instead of solid material.
8. Projection onto talking bust. This is a pretty cool illusion where you project an image of someone
talking onto a 3D head. We were thinking of using a mannequin head or wig holder. **
9. Moving corridor. 4 conveyor belts (smaller scale) with scrolling images painted onto them forming a
corridor that you can look down giving the illusion that you are traveling down a road.
10. A powerful spotlight with an image cut into the beam, something like the Bat Signal.
11. Lamp with a rotating shade, with images cut out so that light objects chase across the walls. Mount
a real box onto the wall, then put a non-moving solid piece behind the shade so it appears that the light
objects run into the box, then out again. **