As the viewer finds their way through the second corridor, they are filmed from behind by a camera which is feeding live to a projector. The viewer controls how much light is recorded and projected through their own movements. The camera and projector work to create a ‘never-ending’ space in front of the viewer, as they see the recording of themselves from behind, projected in front of them over and over again into a ‘virtual space’.
SPACE & PLACE
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