On December 16th, 2017, Dawn Hollison's SAC 304 class presented their final showcase, Off the Wall: An Expanded Cinema Experience. The event took place in North Quad's Space 2435 and Studio A, exhibiting 10 new moving-image works created by students. These pieces covered a broad range of projection styles, including interactive projects, 3D projection mapping, immersive environments and multi-media sculptural installations.

photo credit, Mary Lou Chlipala

Student Work Photographed Above (Clockwise) - Emily Martin, Page Brady, Brigitte Matteson, Shelby Polisuk, Stanton Aspelund, and Julien Mikton


To read more about each student's project, please click on the photos below.

All photos below submitted by the artists; all photos on sub pages attributed to
Mary Lou Chlipala

CENSORED; Page Brady 

Single-channel video projection mapping, color, sound; 3 minutes, looped

 

EXPLORING THE CLOSET; Stanton Aspelund

Single channel 3d projection mapping, set piece; 3 minutes, looped
 

DENDROSCOPE;
Shelby Polisuk

Single-channel video projection of archival footage,color, sound, with white fabric; variable duration

 

PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST THROUGH THEIR PHONE;
Mikki Dick

Multi-channel interactive video projection, grocery bags, color, sound; 5 minutes, looped;dimensions variable; Performers: audience participants
 

MEDIUM IN MATERIAL;
Emily Martin

3 handmade light boxes, hand-colored 16mm film loops, 16mm projectors; 7 seconds, looped
 

(PINK); Brigitte Matteson

Multi-channel video installation + video projection, color, sound; 6 minutes, looped
 

AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF YOU;
Eli B. Winer

Interactive 2-channel video installation, 2 monitors, color, sound, blue paint; variable duration
 

ROTATION;
Tony Pennoyer

3 single-channel stop motion videos displayed on television sets; 8 seconds, looped

 

MOTION BETWEEN MEDIUMS; Adante Provenzano

2 live capture cameras, single channel video projection, soun; variable duration
 

SAVE THE KITCHEN;
Julien Mikton

Multi-channel digital projection, color, sound, with sculptural installation; 9 minutes, looped