Nicholas Rubin

The Diamond Mind is an interactive video sculpture that maps video data from 6 cameras onto 12 LCD screens. It tessellates the video feed into a multitude of fragments allowing the gallery viewer the temporary opportunity to engage with an object that exceeds the normative human perceptual field. In short it allows us to grasp what it might be like to see in all directions at once by proximity with a polyhedral surveillance object.

Monday, April 12th, 2010