© 2019 Judith Barry Studio

Light and fog are projected in a room in which two identical disks are suspended such that the viewer stands between them. Even though you can see precisely how the piece works, you are still subject to retinal effects on your vision. As you leave the room, thinking you will regain control of your vision, you do not, you see red. The work demonstrates two of the many ways you can not trust what you see. In a sense you become a projector.

MODEL FOR STAGE & SCREEN

Model for Stage and Screen, 1986

 

Installation. Light/fog room with chamber and
anti chamber. Dimensions variable.
First exhibited Pieroni Gallery, Rome, 1987

 

video

 

Related publications:

Model for Stage and Screen, Judith Barry, Download Link

Judith Barry & the Space of Fantasy, Brian Wallis, Link

Articulate Spatial Projections, Gary Sangster, Link

Casual-Shopper, Judith Barry, Download Link

Spectacle & Subjectivity, Johanna Drucker, Download Link

Interior view and exterior view showing the antichamber and the door

 

Drawing of the structure

Video of the installation

Exterior view and interior view showing the antichamber and the door