Glamour was a reverse projection installation performed at PW Short General Store in Savannah GA. This collaborative effort between the projection class of Spring 2020, revised a way to make a public installation during the strange beginning of the Covid-19 epidemic. Glamour however, visualizes contrast within social status, wealth, and representation, while normalizing the importance of coming towards a universal acceptance of humans regardless of background. Hundreds of photo scans distorted through the process of scanography file through acting as a generative piece providing the viewer with a new perspective in every frame. Juxtaposing the faces of Hollywood with the faces of pain and neglect in third world conditions, raises questions and comment among the public and how we perceive one another.
Check out the entire collaborative effort below!