So much of our memory and understanding of the world relies on the camera, allowing us a window into other realities. However, moments captured on camera typically end up on screens, turning a lived experience into a 2-dimensional interpretation. By using a projector, these moments have an opportunity to re-exist in 3-dimensional space.
This series of video installations explore a way to integrate time into space through the interaction of the audience. The shadows created when they enter the projected space are visually layered into the work, giving rise to unique moments interacting with documented ones. This gallery features sample installation shots of audience interactions with projected moving imagery. To better understand this experience, you may also view videos of the installations.