Aram Bartholl - 0,16 (2009)
“0,16 is a light installation in which the shadows of a passerby are transformed into pixels.
The installation consists of a wall built of small square frames covered front and back with transparent paper. A third layer of paper is attached in the center of the frames. A lamp shining at a distance breaks the shadows of the passersby into squares, allowing a pixelated human figure to be seen on the other site of the installation.
In this simple way, Bartholl renders tangible the pixels found in the world of digital communications.The resolution of the screen is 0,16 ppi (pixels per inch), hence the title.”
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Dillon Marsh. Invasive Spaces.
In 1996 a palm tree appeared almost overnight in a suburb of Cape Town. This was supposedly the world’s first ever disguised cell phone tower. Since then these trees have spread across the city, South Africa and the rest of the world. Invasive Species explores the relationship between the environment and the disguised towers of Cape Town and its surrounds.
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