360-Degree Display of Moving Images

Visible au public à partir du 22 mars, un petit clin d’oeil pour cet impressionnant écran circulaire qui diffusera des vidéos et autres images en mouvement à 360 degrés sur la façade du Hirshhorn Museum de Washington D.C. Conçu à partir de 11 vidéo-projecteurs haute définition et d’un écran spécifique, l’installation proposera une animation de l’artiste Doug Aitken montée sur le célèbre titre « I Only Have Eyes for You » du lever au coucher du soleil jusqu’au 13 mai prochain. Tous les détails en images dans la suite !

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As the museum states, « Using 11 high-definition video projectors, Doug Aitken will seamlessly blend imagery to envelop the museum’s exterior, creating a work that redefines cinematic space. Doug Aitken has employed a broad cross-section of performers in order to realize this vision. With contributions from well-known personalities such as actress Tilda Swinton, musician John Doe, from the Los Angeles punk band X, and avant-folk singer Devendra Banhart, as well as street dancers, members of underground bands, gospel singers and a host of other non-actors, the work communicates each performer’s honesty and singularity through their renditions of ‘I Only Have Eyes for You,’ both on screen and on the soundtrack. In order to emphasize the universality of the song, dozens of versions of ‘I Only Have Eyes for You’ have been specially created for ‘SONG 1′ by a stylistically diverse group of musicians, including Beck, James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem, Banhart, Mountains, CFCF, High Places, No Age and Lucky Dragons. »

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