Monday, August 8, 2011

Artist Spotlight:

 "Hidden Perception"

Hidden Perception is a series of pieces using messages that the viewer can only read with a mobile phone or digital camera. The messages will be produced by infrared LEDs and placed on boxes hung in store fronts throughout Underground Atlanta. The viewer will only know to use their mobile device by reading the signage indicating where a message is located. This experience encourages the participant to think about how the tactile world can have multiple layers of perspective. The use of a mobile phone or digital camera carries meaning as well; using technology to alter reality makes a statement about the future of the human experience.

1 comment:

  1. Woah! I can see the difference from what the human eye and the mobile device can see from inside the box. Sometimes the human eye can see only a part of the whole picture. That's why infrared technology was created. :-)

    George Melcher