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stereoscopica - rosa hernandez

Luminous Forest installation process

This installation blends analog (an overhead projector and shadows created on it) and digital (the capture of the image from the projector and projecting it in the opposing wall). The result is an immersive installation where you can play with the light and shadows on the space surrounded by this luminous forest, while someone else…

Infinity I installation design process

In order to test out colored light and reflections, Annelise, Birgitte (research fellows at Oslo National Academy of the Arts) and myself created a model for an installation. We experimented first with colored mirrors and reflections. To do so, we placed colored acetates (photography filters) on top of circular mirrors. We used spotlights to direct…

Exhibition: setup

The end of year show was around the corner. I finalized the project, but now needed to work with the space where the installation would be set up. I got the area next to the gallery, overlooking the cafeteria at Khio. The advantage of that spot was the space (huge), and having electric plugs near…

Exam

I prepared for the final exam by setting up two spaces where I would present my project to the censors:  the gallery and a dark room where a demo of Stardust could be experienced by them. At this point in my process, Stardust was almost finished, and I needed to tweak a couple of things,…
stereoscopica - rosa hernandez

Stardust!

Several iterations later, I finally finished Stardust! Just in time for the end of year show at Khio, too! The final installation used the coloured-boids, as they matched exactly the art direction from the photoshoot (part of the visual references process). It was tricky to work with the set-up: get the projector and kinect aligned,…
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