Bifurcation

Shadow Object 2
A small Y-shaped branch, similar to a divining rod, is suspended from a thread and moves with the air flow and with a small motor. Projected on the wall behind the branch is its shadow, only you can see the entire tree from where the branch came. The branch and the tree shadow are always oriented in the same way. The piece is a mobile, which can be moved by touching it lightly or by blowning upon it. Bifurcation is the second installation in the "Shadow Object" series of works, inspired by Octavio Paz and Bioy Casares, among others, who insisted that absence and presence are not opposites.
Name in spanish: Bifurcación, Sombra de Obra 2
Year of Creation: 2012
Technique: Computer, kinect, projector, metal, motor, arduino processor, fumigated wood
Dimensions: Wall mount 72 x 44 x 30 cm. Image 175 x 122 cm
Edition: 6 copies + 1AP
Keywords: tracker, projection, robotic, shadows, indoor.
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2012 - Fundación Telefónica, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2012 - Galería OMR, Mexico City, Mexico
2012 - Antimodular Research

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Credits

  • Stephan Schulz - Programming and hardware
  • Guillaume Tremblay, Pierre Fournier, Conroy Badger - Production support



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