Louise Clarke was commissioned to make a large scale group art work using projectors as a public participation event. The event was coordinated between NN Contemporary Art and The Royal & Derngate Theatre as part of Fun Palaces 2015.
Through engaged practice Louise Clarke worked with participants through projected images and multiple screens, layering and animating images combining analogue and digital technologies. Part of Louise Clarkes practice and research using drawing and art as an pedagogical tool
Citation : Clarke, L. (2015) Sight. NN Contemporary Art and The Royal & Derngate, Northampton
Research Group : Fine Art Practices
Research Institute : Institute of Art and Design
Peer Reviewed : Yes
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