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My work is about the playful vitality of spaces that are defined by movement. A
Personal Computer generates real time visuals that are based on a set of simple
rules. The rules create new and complex orders. Abstract lines and surfaces in
motion create an organic architecture that challenges our perception of space,
time and boundaries.
The Well is a live reflection of our culture. Our contemporary.life is translated into
a colorful grid of text and numbers taken from different information sources,and
projected inside of a large scale (~10' diameter) well structure filled with water.
The text is written from four directions in four different languages; live textual
information feeds that are pulled over the Internet from the local news (English written
from left to right), paragraphs from the bible (in Hebrew - written from right
to left), Japanese Zen stories (in Japanese -write from top to bottom), and real-time
numbers from the stocks exchange in NYC (written from bottom to top). This
textual grid is generated in real-time by software code and it creates a rich
topography of our knowledge and coexistence. It mixes languages, traditions,
codes, and direction. It brings to play oppositions of old and new, holy and
casual, local and global, organic and technological and brings past, future, and
the present together.
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