Fake Portal #1

(2007)

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Fake Portal #1

(2007)

foamcore, tape, video projection

12' x '12' x 3'

About

The portal opens into a looping video collage made up from 3D animations of tunnels, wormholes, voids, flythroughs, and 3D animation tutorials found on the internet – the iconic abstractions of science fiction and computer culture’s spatial aesthetics, a clichéd metaphor for timeless and endless transcendence.

Exhibition History

Postmasters Gallery (NYC), 2007