Client: London Newcastle Project Space
Disrupt behaviour, Disrupt perception, Disrupt[ed] imagery. We are allowing the user to enter, become part of and interact with the spatialised image through the layering of picture planes.
Our system aims to disrupt behaviour and perception through disrupted imagery. By the vertical dissection of an image through the disrupted viewing plane on the z axis, we are allowing the user to enter, become part of and interact with the spatialised image. By introducing layered picture planes we are altering key paths through the space. It is along these augmented routes through the gallery that viewing nodes have been identified as critical positions of disruption. In these two locations it is possible to glimpse a 2d projection on a series of exploded picture planes. The users can interact with cameras which are processed and projected on to the dissected picture planes, revealing alternate and hybrid images in the third dimension.
In the scenario that noone has activated the cameras, the there will be a replay of historical events, to add a sense of intrigue.
A site specific installation in collaboration with Hee Park and Ben Gough.
Photographs by Sam Ellis