HC Gilje sends a wonderful new installation he has just opened this month in Norway. Here, mapping projections into the space is a kind of improvisation on the architectural volume, a way of playing with the space itself. Even without any particular projection mapping tricks, the “flat” projection” does take on depth in three dimensions. HC also tells us a Kindergarten class got to explore the space, and evidently had a ball fooling around in the light. (Kids are always the best audiences.)
As he describes the work:
Combining mapped projection with reflections from the floor onto the walls of the space, and the mirroring of images from the walls onto the floor, to create abstract light paintings.