During a dreary weekend in the summer, there was another Epix exhibition, this time on another location. The theme was Transitional Invasion.
Unfortunately, the work I had planned, an interactive surround sound installation, was DOA. As a stop gap work, I presented a computer/video work instead, the one I had already shown during Nachtkerk #8 (see some posts below).
As promised (in april) some footage from the Anything But Paint exhibition.
My installation, called Sigil 1.0, was an interactive computer piece.
Sigil is a procedural piece:
For every word in a sentence, which will remain secret, an image was found on Google;
Every image was then treated to reduce it to its graphical essence;
These images were then placed in a 3D space which responded to the viewer’s presence and activity.
I set up a video installation for the last proper Nachtkerk event, april 4th 2011. Never got around to post the video until now.
The installation is based on some of the videos I made for crib.sheet except they respond to the music the DJs played. It ran for 6 hours straight in a noisy and damp environment and was stable as a rock.