thank you for remembering me

interactive video wall

Monitors display the empty space. Video surveillance of the space is recorded and turned into a history of crowd movement. This memory of the crowd is then only selectively given back to the crowd by the action of individuals in that crowd. The presence of an individual cuts a slice in time out of the empty space portrayed on the monitors revealing the history of the space. Individuals use their own bodies as looking glasses into the recent past thus activating the short term memory of the space.

@ itp on the bigscreen >>>
prof. daniel shiffman's flickr stream of the event >>>
@ itp winter show 2007 >>>
@ live image processing class performance >>>



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