House: Bibliography Links

A compilation of interests and content that might be related to the overall HOUSE being built.

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ARTISTS and works

http://www.notey.com/@cadaily_unofficial/external/11389457/shana-moulton-at-kunsthaus-glarus.html – A collection of Shana Moulton’s projection/performative works at Kunsthaus Glarus. Projections of images onto various surfaces

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5l_s52LnwQ – Mika Rottenberg and the Amazing Invention Factory – Fictional logic for otherwise ordinary objects

https://www.tonyoursler.com/ – Tony Oursler and fun projections onto fun objects

 

Visual Guides/Concepts  

https://vimeo.com/140376364A Study in Time & Space (Jerrold Chong) – Hand-drawn appearance, and use of overlapping/repeating animations

https://vimeo.com/68236151 – Rainbow Narcosis (Johnathan Monaghan) – Abstracted and somewhat absurd visual transitions

https://vimeo.com/184641947 Velodrool (Sander Joon) – Hand-drawn animation and some pretty interesting visual gags

https://vimeo.com/65851024 Peak (Jin) – Visual style of character(s) (something similar to what I’d be going for)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJUEUZhg_Gk – Dollhouse projection (front projection)

http://www.instructables.com/id/5-minute-cheap-and-easy-rear-projection-screen/ – Recently found this method of projection to be effective for this project

 

Miscellaneous Inspiration  

http://whitney.org/Exhibitions/2014Biennial/JacolbySatterwhiteReifying Desire (series), Jacolby Satterwhite (2009-2014) About 3 years ago I visited the Whitney Biennale (which I also consider one of the first times I was “seriously inspired” to pursue art as a career) and saw this artist’s work and learned of the background behind its creation (which is also inspired by a family history)

http://whitney.org/Exhibitions/2014Biennial/JoshuaMosleyJeu de Paume, Joshua Mosely (2014) Also seen 3 years ago, a stop-motion animation that’s uncannily realistic and captures a sense of “human awareness” through character and camera movement

https://www.juxtapoz.com/news/illustration/tianhua-mao-s-museum-of-tomorrow/?platform=hootsuite – Transforming a space with visually intriguing objects (though this is a series of illustrations, and the article also features other illustrations by the artist)  (March 8, 2016)

https://www.amazon.com/Gary-Baseman-Door-Always-Open/dp/0847840476/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8 The Door Is Always Open, Gary Baseman, Aaron Rosen (2013) – Catalogue of Gary Baseman’s first museum retrospective, which also takes a closer look at his personal Jewish upbringing as an inspiration for his works. Personal inspiration for character design and themes (interestingly the book’s “chapters” are titled as rooms of a house)

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