Pixel Tripping

Interactive Video Installation.

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Pixel Tripping is the first in a series of video experiments surrounding the question: How might our machines perceive us?  In this interactive video installation, bodies are transduced through frames of live video, delayed and degraded across subdivided matrices.  Here, like a mind-altering drug, our digitized reflections provide an altered perception with which me might explore space, movement, bodies and the intrinsic relationships between.  As confused pixels trip over one another, we too trip over ourselves in a dance of relational, spatial and bodily exploration. We are asked to re-imagine ourselves through a strange lens - a glimpse into our world as perceived by the non-human entity. 

Bryan Cera​

Assistant Professor in Object Making and Emergent Technologies

Alberta University of the Arts

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