video, wall-screens, electronics

exhibition history
not yet shown

Three Recollections is a quietly shifting audiovisual piece that deals with space and memory and the history of incidence. The installation occupies three adjoining walls. Cameras in the space capture three distinct perspectives of the visitors present, and those images are projected on to the walls. As the installation progresses, the system makes a discontinuous recording of the activity in the space, and then recalls and mixes these cuts with live video. The cameras are fixed, and the background of their respective images does not change. Live and recalled visitors may be found side by side, or perhaps occupying the very same space.

Copyright 1998-2009 Dorsey Dunn