I created styleframes for projection visuals that would be projected on the SCAD Museum of Art Wall during a reception at the film festival. It was to highlight the work of Agnes Varda, a famous filmmaker from the ’50s and ’60s. Her works include black-and-white photography of the joy of daily life and everyday people. Her film themes included realism, women's issues, and world conflict. She also experimented with using physical objects like mirrors to capture images that gave her films a unique look.
I designed each frame through practical effects. Using a crystal prism, I took photographs of the shadows produced by light passing through the object to mimic Agnes's style.