This is a comp showing the effect of overlaying a projected image into the spectator's field of view of the site of the 1587 Rose Theatre, Bankside, London . The top image shows a rendering of the site as it is, with red rope lights marking the positions of the major features of the Theatre's stage and auditorium. The remains are all under 2'-0" of water, plus 3'-0" of concrete and sand. The middle shows the composite at roughly a 50-50% mix. The bottom image shows a version of the projected image but with the C4d standard male figures standing in for our leading actors.
The triangular concrete blocks were placed there in 1989 to rest the giant girders on prior to them being raised into position. They are standing on foundations driven into the ground in 1952 for an earlier junk office block on the site of a WW2 bomb explosion which didnt damabge the theatre at all.