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layout for 451 including 4 projectors and control dissolve unit. exhibited at the winchester gallery


451 made 2004. Is a panoramic work over six meters wide and two and half meters tall. It is a slide-dissolve work where a panoply of household objects, from tables and chairs to a roast joint, from a suitcase to a car, appear on the screen and then gradually disappear in flames as they fall from top to bottom. The images are projected from front and then from the back by four projectors, two each side. The slides fall on layered screens between the projectors, one image coming from one end and then the next arising from the other as the first image falls away. 451 was first shown at the Winchester Gallery 2004, this was the first chance to show a collection of time-based slide dissolve works based on the transitory and cyclic life of objects and the body. Also exhibited were the works Disperse and Calcium Caving.




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