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Edition: 100 (33x7'', 33x22'', 33x55''), producing
DEEP DOWN, HIGH UP
This moveable video sculpture, -curator and collector Louis Corrigan calls it "terrascope"-, gives an insight into a world that is normally hidden to visitors. In this case users were invited to explore in realtime an angle of 45º of a water pump room that was directly situated under the piece.Two cameras capture the explorable environment and display in a 3D like setup on two LCD screens a world that normally could not be seen easily. A white light rectangle iluminating parts of the room flatten out perspective and play with dimensions in such a way 3D and 2D shift and melt together seaminglessly.
Shown @ Bucareli Act 2013, form march 9th to 14th
Insitu Video Installation, dual channeled, with NTSC projection of a blue image underground, captured by two CCTV NTSC cameras. All sustained by soldered steel tubes and aluminium.
Projection on two 7" LCD screens
Terrascope: 1m 50cms height, 65cms underground
Moving Angle: 45º
depending on comissions