I constructed a camera rig for panoramic time-lapse photography to capture a place over a period of time. I stood on the corner of St. Marks Place and Bowery for 24 hours while the camera rig continually grabbed QuickTimeVR scenes. I then built a television set that could do two things: 1. adjust the pan of the QTVR scene by rotating the set on its base; and 2. adjust the time of day through the channel selector. The user therefore controlled the view, both in time and space. This piece was included in the “Elsewhere exhibit at The Threadwaxing Gallery. 1997

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