This is a collaboration with Portland, Oregon based artist,  Dylan J. Beck and LSU Professor of Psychology, Dr. Melissa Beck that utilizes research data, industrial production methods, and digital animation. Animations were created with data derived by Professor Beck where the eye movements of participants viewing Dylan Beck’s installation were recorded.

The video and photographs below are documentation of the installation at the Aravada Center for the Arts & Humanities for the Show Earth Moves: Shifts in Ceramic Art and Design. The animation and images at the bottom are both the animation that I generated which was then projected onto Dylan’s ceramic objects and the source imagery for the animation. The first image shows the graphics overlaying the images generated from Dr. Beck’s data.

You can read more about this installation at CFile.