Zeno Boundry

"Working in collaborative and cross-disciplinary modes, Kevin Hamilton produces artworks, archives, and scholarship on such subjects as race and space, public memory, history of technology, and state violence. Zeno Boundary collects portraits of places regarded as public, created according to a prescribed photographic system. Images uploaded by CONTRIBUTOR NAMEs are dynamically animated into a looped sequence of pans and zooms through the space. The project originated in Spring 2006 as part of the Mobile Studios project, in cooperation with curators of the 13 Kubikov collective in Bratislava, Slovakia. After touring with Mobile Studios through Eastern Europe, the project continues as part of the 2007 Depauw Biennial Exhibition, in Greencastle, Indiana." -- From Turbulence

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Turbulence

Published in 2007 by Turbulence.

This copy was given to the Electronic Literature Lab by Jo-anne Green and Helen Thorington in Spring of 2016. This flash work no longer functions, but users may visit the landing page.

PUBLICATION TYPE

Showcase

ORIGINAL URL

https://turbulence.org/project/zeno-boundry/