deconstruction of a screen
An installation about the spatial and temporal qualities of film and screen while placing the participant’s eye within a projector.
While performing a deconstruction of the “screen”, Horizons interrogates the philosophical truth of what we perceive when we look through the eye of a projector that’s merely an archived image of the past captured by a camera lens. It plays with not just the pace of the screen but the rate at which film plays, toying with how fragmented parts of the screen interact when they are temporally displaced from each other.
Horizons was made with the support of the NYU Tisch Interdepartmental Grant.