September 9, 2006

So for the last month I have been working on four installations for Michel Gondry's Science of Sleep exhibition at Deitch Projects Soho. The opening was last wednesday and it was insane. There were people queued up 3 ways around the block!

The installations are:

An interactive piano that plays back video clips of people playing the note you pressed on a different piano - kind of hard to explain - but cool.

A cardboard working camera that does realtime chromakeying.

A piece where you pull the eyes of the actor open by pulling on ropes.

An HD video on two massive LCD screens designed to look like windows - with the lights in the space reacting to what happens in the video.

The show is up till the end of September and is free!
More info here:

The bluescreen camera and rope controlled eyes piece, minutes before the show opening.

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