– interactive, installation, skowhegan, tiffany sum
interactive, installation, skowhegan, tiffany sum
Interactive 3 channel video installation in collaboration with Tiffany Sum.
Cut is a 3-channel interactive video installation comprised of 3, 1-minute videos. The simple act of opening the miniature door on the wall allows the viewer to enter into the cinematic world of the video, which responds to the viewers actions. Each of these points of view offers an unfolding interpretation of a subtly foreign and rather dramatic and private moment of reunion from three different perspectives, which each abrubtly end with an outside voice shouting [Cut!]. The wall drawings framing each of the doors feature generic, modern building facades from Seoul and Hong Kong, influenced by western architecture.
1 DVD player, 1 TV monitor, 2 computer monitors, 2 Mac G4s, 2 Arduino micro-controllers and custom-made circuits.
Performer: Daniel Bozhkov, Mara Bodis-Wollner, Samuel Ekwurtzel, Katalin Hausel, Katie Herzog, Shanjana Mahmud and Josue Morales Urbina