'Δt′ = Δt √1−v2/c2 ' = means u can only fold 7 times or, the compression of space-time with bili and ????’
Installation for a 360 video
Documentation of Installation: https://youtu.be/4cr8U23Xi6M
Please view full 360 video at (preferably on the Youtube App) :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6uuxkTz-L0
materials: rigid polyurthane, styrofoam, two-part expanding foam, chickenwire, grout, steel, paint, interference medium, resin, rose quartz, jade, cardboard, peel and stick tile, silicone, necklace, watch, hanging hardware, screws, adhesive, 3D PLA prints, wax, cooler lid, menthol salve, mineragua bottle, bubble wrap, USB to micro usb cables, usb extension cords, contact lens, plastic zip lock baggie, 2013 monarch butterfly, push pin, air compressor boot, spray paint, eye glass leg, thread, beads, middle class fancy aspirations, plastic bag, Ikea glass cup, Van Camps tuna, Silicon Mix hair conditioner, packing foam, face cream sold to the artist from a bus vendor in Otavalo, red wax, ceramic tile, zip ties, extension cords, duct tape, Oculus Go VR Headset, 360 video, audio,
'Δt′ = Δt √1−v2/c2 means u can only fold 7 times or, the compression of space-time with bili and ????’ is an interactive VR installation that combines sculpture and digital interface systems. Aesthetics, form, and patterns reference research conducted in Ecuador. The perimeter of the space is defined by multi-level, tetris block ‘L’ shapes with blue peel-and-stick tiles adhered that imitate marble pattern. Small to medium scale assemblage sculptures using bronze process, household objects, metal, creams, food cans, and 3D prints will be displayed on the ‘L’ shapes. In the center a grout sculpture with a double-headed anamorphic form serves as a structure where the VR headsets sit when not in use. The VR displays a 360 video taken in Ecuador. Themes conveyed within the piece touch on ancient and contemporary ceremonies in a post-colonial world.