.A brief review of some public projection-spaces :
We presented this one in our 2009 Christmas Eve offering, Along the Blogian Way. ( here ) It is from the United States, circa 1890s, from a genre known as the Trade Card. It is shown as it was acquired, with no addition or subtraction, no secondary projection.
On October 4 we visted the same scene with a psycho-commercial overlay. Not only that, we were also urged to discover in the abounding environment...
FIND - Cow, Owl, Frog, Parrot, Lizard, Goose., Man Smoking Pipe, Rooster Crowing, General Grant, Romeo and Juliet.What else might be there, it seems to ask? Everything, seen and unseen?
Here's the same scene again, as part of a Projection-Space Journey set. From the mountains to the sea. It features a text installation series by the late-19th century artist collective P.P. Senour & Co which anticipates, as it were, the readymades of Marcel Duchamp, the readymade paintings of Robert MacPherson and the journeys of Richard Long.
A Person Looks At A Work Of Art/
someone looks at something ...