Projection of bike shadow puppets on huge wall.
Personally, the images in this one struck me on a personal level. I've been doing puppetry and paper cut outs for probably as long as I remember, and I also feel a connection to the Minneapolis Bike community, so whenever those combine I'm happy (oooo, but it would be so much better with an accordion... haha!)
But, also, I enjoyed it on a purely visual level. The place you decided to project on was really great, and it made the piece really interesting and engaging. If you were to further expand on this project, I think it could be cool to further the narrative and theatrical side of it.
I enjoyed the location of this one. The projection was humongous! wow! Personally, id prefer different imagery. So far in MAW i feel ive seen many cityscapes.
The scale provided a lot of resonance with the space, utilizing it well, despite the lack of a good angle and somewhat lit area.
I think a bit more of a planned narrative with improvised pieces would have helped it be more successful, and by that I mean drawing people in and keeping their attention.
Nicola's comment resonates with my experience of Bike Love.
the silent narrative coming out of the simple cutouts on top of sepia waterfalls and other landmarks was enough to give me no qualms over the piece. well done. the projection was well-placed, too - I wonder if there would be a more ideal location for this?
Very sweet interaction from the audience, the simplicity of the story made it easy for folks to interact? Maybe not anticipated? Yes, scale, high placement, and overlook of the space nice.
My favorite thing about this piece was definitely the choice of where you projected. Even though it seemed like it was difficult to get that huge wall to work(and at that distance), I thought the grand scale of it was awesome.