Media Sculpture

October 22, 2008 § 1 Comment

Jonathan Schiper’s Invisible Sphere

With a very well founded education as sculptor Jonathan Schipper‘s work is very in tune with our times. The Sphere contains 215 monitors and 215 cameras. Each camera is opposite to the monitor it feeds. It constantly recreates its surroundings on monitors from every conceivable angle at all times. The Sphere is a reflection of media’s attempt to remain revealing as it grows in power and becomes increasingly part of everything.

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§ One Response to Media Sculpture

  • I’ve been eye balling this blog for an hour, such joy. art can truly save the world,at least my world. The Sphere blows my mind. My hat is off to you, Lili do what you will with worldwidegreeneyes … if you need to talk to me,feel free to call… regards L.c.

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