Beware of the God

I can’t believe these great images from Sydney, expanding on that idea of projection into the clouds and other ephemeral screens…

beware of the god dot com!

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About William Cromar

is an artist and educator exploring the relationship between digital and tactile media.
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2 Responses to Beware of the God

  1. Deborah says:

    Thanks very much- please see all the projections on clouds over Sydney here:
    http://www.bewareofthegod.com/?cat=9
    and a photo of one of the projections I made onto clouds for the Singapore Biennale in 2008 here:
    http://www.nytimes.com/2008/10/03/arts/03iht-jessop.1.16636428.html

  2. Excellent, thank you. Mostly we’re sifting through the net for currency’s sake, and we’ve been experimenting with smaller scale projection on ephemeral screens… tree canopies, hair, grass. Never thought about the scale of cloud cover, although it is obvious the power it brings.

    P.S. References to the Bat Signal, while superficially obvious, miss the point. Bat Signal a call for help, a one-liner… yours a highly ambiguous call-warning-joke-serious. Let’s do the apocalypso!

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