Untitled


Video installation / Elastic material, Wood
Two parts, each: 130 x 200 x 35 cm / 6 min
2008


Video is a way of recording time, and in the recording process, it continues to bury old images with new scenes to be rendered into a micro-thin format through continuous compression and compilation. The scene that is rendered is an abstraction of the current space and time, and it is no longer influenced by physics; its original ways have been altered. Now, projection has transformed images into a flattened surface; therefore, it is able to be utilized on various media, and can even float on top of any object or space. At the same time, images are starting to alter in response to the changes in the actual space and time and resulting in qualitative changes with time and space.
Mark