Monday, June 12, 2006


Hypersensitive was a four screen installation for the Screenlab residency program at Leeds City Art Gallery, a collaboration between myself, Joe Gilmore, Alex Peverett and James Brouwer.

Visitors were asked to stand
and look into a Sony DVCam video camera for approximately 2 minutes. The resulting footage from these video portraits was then ouput using Max/MSP + Nato. Tiny imperceptible movements in the subjects' faces were revealed by rapid stuttering and repetition between frames. This was achieved by progressively moving through the movie and looping rapidly between 2-15 frames at a time at an accumulated speed of between 2 and 15 milliseconds. The video installation consisted of approximately 30 video portraits which changed every 10mins.

A video version was produced and was shown at Sonar 2002 and ParkTV. It is also being shown at the next Olsen event which is happening at upcoming Oats and Groats festival, Rodley on the 7th July.


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17/7/06 11:53 AM  
Blogger Lee Gamble said...

extremely grand...

20/7/09 3:25 PM  

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