HERE‘s a link to the animation component of the Last Boat. In the piece, dancers performed in and around a 19th century dingy while this animation was projected in the background.
The culminating event for my Atelier class at Princeton is May 5th. You can get tickets (here)
It’s been quite an experience, waking up the fallow art installation part of my brain. Also, it’s been a fascinating combining my drawings with actual, real moving people! The rundown:
Students from the spring Princeton Atelier course “Waking the Dead,” taught by Co-Artistic Director of Third Rail Projects Jennine Willett and graphic novelist Kevin C. Pyle, present The Last Boat, a 28-minute immersive theater experience. Featuring projected imagery, text, movement, and art installations, the experience will take place on B level at New South on May 5 from 2:00-4:00 p.m. and 7:00-9:00 p.m. The basement at New South is accessible by either stairs or elevator.
I’ve created a Tumblr page to hold all the research for my upcoming class/residency at the Princeton Atelier. Here’s the (link)