Experiment # 11
Cast-Off & Impact Splatter

In this partially reconstructed room, where the ceiling is slightly over 8ft tall and the opposing end walls are 12ft apart, these four surfaces, the end walls, floor and ceiling are covered in white butcher paper. The green tarp covered back wall (used to shield/protect the classroom) also contains a length of 4ft wide paper. These clean white surfaces allow the participant the opportunity to generate Cast-Off patterns onto these vertical or horizontal surfaces by swinging in an assaultive like manner items commonly viewed as weapons now drenched in blood. A second segment in this experiment has impact blows delivered to a blood source set at 3 different heights to generate impact spatter patterns.




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