Face to Face

Exactly what I wanted you to see…

'My Face' by Artist, Eleanor Gates-Stuart
‘My Face’ by Artist, Eleanor Gates-Stuart © 2020

How many times have I looked into your face to be told “I do not know what you are thinking?” … Who says that I am thinking anything?

At least that is the impression – smiling beyond your stare.

These works run concurrently with the ‘Catch Myself’ and ‘Growing Likeness’ research projects. Although the works may appear very different, the underlying issues are core and these present various challenges when influenced by results that were unexpected. For instance, the objective in one particular project is achieved and yet the result continues to invite speculation that in turn, creates a new pathway. As facts blur into subjective visions and ideas alight experimentation, these new works, ‘Face to Face’, appear.

Experimentation ‘3D Self-Portraits’ by Eleanor Gates-Stuart © 2020

Experimentation with 3D apps and scanners – all stages of the scans are proving interesting at this stage. Ideally a full head scan is required at this point although an initial test with the Leo Scanner is positive, although lacking in detail / resolution. 

Digital Portrait 3D scan - creating 3D models for research. Early experimentation using myself. ©️Eleanor Gates-Stuart
Digital Portrait 3D scan – creating 3D models for research. Early experimentation using myself. ©️Eleanor Gates-Stuart   

Acknowledgements:

CSU XRC

Andrew Hagan – Charles Sturt University

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