Deconstructing Psycho (2016) is the first work in an ongoing series of multimedia installations inspired by the films of Alfred Hitchcock.
A 1.5" scale model of the iconic Bates Mansion was constructed out of white foam core, with the detail of the building's facade applied using projection mapping. The iconic shower scene montage is deconstructed and reassembled into a three dimensional and simultaneous format in an attempt to explore the ways in which cinema might be experienced into a more geometric, cubist, and spatial manner.
Software: Final Cut Pro, Millumin
Materials: white foam core; hot glue; Psycho, directed by Alfred Hitchcock (1960)