Blow Up

Shadow Box 4
Blow-up is a high resolution interactive display that is designed to fragment a surveillance camera view into 2400 virtual cameras that zoom into the exhibition space in fluid and autonomous motion. Inspired by Antonioni, the piece is intended as a an exercise to underline the construction of presence through a simulated, live compound eye.

The piece exists in a shadow box format and as a large installation.
Name in spanish: Blow Up
Year of Creation: 2007
Technique: High resolution interactive display with built-in computerized surveillance system
Dimensions: Shadow box 104.5 x 80 x 12 centimeters
Installation variable
Edition: 6 copies + 1 AP
Keywords: indoor, interactive, tracker.
Collections: Speyer Family Collection (NYC), Grazyna Kulcyzk (Poznan), and private collectors
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2012 - Fundación Telefónica, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2011 - La Gaîté Lyrique, Paris, France
2007 - Antimodular Research

Exhibitions

Credits

  • Conroy Badger - programming
  • Pierre Fournier, Stephan Schulz, David Lemieux, Natalie Bouchard, Olfa Driss - production support



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