Mutable screens: the expanded films of Guy Sherwin, Lis Rhodes, Steve Farrer and Nicky Hamlyn
In Paper landscape (Sherwin) the screen is a threshold, a fulcrum, a kinetic object, the locus of at least two different kinds of juxtaposed images.
The work draws attention to the mutually defining relationship between screen and projector, but whereas the disruption caused by the screen’s instability in Paper Landscape drew attention to this relationship, here it is done by showing that the projector creates its screen, since what is necessary for a film projection is not so much as a screen per se as a stable interdependency between projector and projection surface. (214)
Steve Farrer’s the Machine.
Lis Rhode’s Light Music
involve the projector as an active tool (216)이건 맞는데, corporeally active 하진 않다. 죄다 스크린 썼다.