Re: [Frameworks] projection screen query / Yoko Ono

From: David Han (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Feb 21 2011 - 14:15:00 PST

I once projected onto translucent shower curtain liner with
surprisingly decent results (although you do tend to get a 'hot spot'
in the middle). But the liner itself was around 8' x 8' and cost
about $5. (The downside is that it's generally sold folded up, so you
get creases in the material if it isn't stretched over a surface)

David Han.

On 21-Feb-11, at 4:27 PM, Andy Ditzler wrote:

> Hi,
> This spring, I will be presenting a realization of a Yoko Ono "film
> script," which asks the audience to "cut the part of the image on
> the screen that they don't like." (This will take place in a museum
> setting.) We are considering a number of projection surface options,
> including paper and bulk projection screen material. (It must be
> able to be easily cut by scissors.) Does anyone have experience with
> inexpensive temporary projection surfaces like this? Any advice on
> where to pick up bulk material?
> A second question: the piece is "Film Script #3" from 1964's "Six
> Film Scripts." I'm interested to know about prior realizations of
> this work so far, and am wondering if anyone here has done it, or
> knows of previous realizations.
> Thanks,
> Andy Ditzler
> Atlanta, GA
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