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LATENCY STRUCTURES (BONNEVILLE SALT FLATS) 2007
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Latency Structures (Bonneville Salt Flats) is an interactive three channel video installation which interpolates live and archived video processing around experiments on the Bonneville Salt Flats involving GPS technology, through live interaction with remote visual and local sound phenomena. Three channels process pre-edited video through interception and interpolation generated new signals generated from both the remote salt flats location, and from audience participation in the local environment. Audio signals from the ambient participation of visitors flow into the video processing in channels 2 and 3 via a local network, creating three to six layers of latency, while channel 1 integrates narrative video with live web cam streaming stills from CLUI’s Wendover site near the Flats. With collaboration from Center for Land Use Interpretation, Los Angeles and Wendover; Scripps Institution for Oceanography, La Jolla; and travel funding from the Department of Visual Art, University of California-San Diego. Premiere with travel and exhibition support: Split Film Festival, Croatia, September 2007.

 

Bonneville Salt Flats video wall display (excerpt) : proposal for Seoul airport 2009

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Dimensions: variable Duration: Indefinite, unlimited loop / minimum 22 min.