May 2011, Video Installation, in Fotosatz and Scape/Shore/Lights exhibition.
A piece like WINDSHORE questions the relationship of oneself with his environment. This installation distorts the image of dust using a video interpretation: the calibration of the screen allows the viewer to highlight an invisible phenomenon to the human eye under normal vision conditions.
Tranquility is necessary in order to define the sensation of time acceleration. With WINDSHORE, OFFSHORE 1 and SEASHORE INLAND, the viewer searches for the calm side of their accelerating environment. Technique is highly important in the delivered message, a vector of reality interpretation. Photography is a memorial document, a monochromatic palette not edited or installed. The two photographs and the video installation about dust are technical interpretations; expansion in Offshore 1, digital artifacts in Seashore Inland, screen calibration in Windshore. These highlight phenomena invisible to human eye under normal visual conditions, and give direct access to a view that usually takes longer without technical distortion. One is talking about the awareness of dust in front of a light, the sensation of large-scale movement, and the sensation of landscape resulting of artificial retinal persistence.