I missed the first class sadly for Video Sculpture sadly and will be making up the light sculpture assignment at some point during this course, and am looking forward to doing that. In the second class we reviewed the projects people made in collaborations for the light sculpture assignment, then learned the basics of video mapping using MadMapper. In our third class we practiced video mapping to prepare for our next assignment. I learned that it is important to lock things in place (including the projector!) and all objects that are involved. I grabbed some objects from the junk shelf and practiced mapping simple colors onto them to make them look like they are different colors. My phone was freezing and in the meantime somehow everything got moved, probably the projector when the power went off and I moved it slightly to turn it back on, then there wasn't time to fix it, and realized simple things can suddenly look sloppy if they are not perfectly on the objects, though that could potentially be played with too-- like breaking out of both the rectangle of the projection and of the objects it's locked onto, onto the wall, in the space, reflecting on objects, etc. Otherwise precision is key. It was definitely inspiring just to be able to color 3D objects this way with light, and was also thinking about blending light in this way as well with the projector light.