timelandscape – wool rhythms

2010
Part of timeLandscape series, 2009 – 2010
Audiovisual Interactive Installation
Video, audio, projector, speakers, custom software (PD-Gem), sensor, wool engine
Exhibited on Unidee Open Studio, at Cittadellarte-Fondazione Pistoletto – Biella, Italy
Variable dimensions and duration, loop


timeLandscape is a personal inquiry about how the diffused and fragmented perception of the world on my regard can be transposed into a video narrative. How one decision amongst the multiple possibilities in time-space can lead to different paths, combinations and construction of a space.
Wool rhythms chapter was developed in Biella, Italy, area economically attached to wool manufacturing. Shot on the Alpe Margosio, on the Panoramica Zegna Drive, an important area for biellese textile industry’s development.
The installation gather nature and artefact, by connecting a pre-industrial wool machine to the digital imagery of comtemporary daily cycles. By turning the engine cranck, users mix video frames creating different time thread combinations.


In collaboration with Matteo Sisti Sette.

+ info:
project_documentation.pdf
technical_info.pdf


Work developed during Unidee in Residence in Cittadellarte-Fondazione Pistoletto.
With the support of Fondazione Pistoletto/Fondazione Zegna.
interactive | video
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