The installation consists of a short film that combines “found object animation” with an innovative stereoscopic technique and can be seen up until the 12th of April
Up until the 12th of April the CCCB is hosting an innovative, 3D, audio-visual installation entitled Shadowland. The installation is the work of Japanese artist Kazuhiro Goshima, creator of videos and multi-media content, and consists of a short film that combines what is known as “found object animation” with an innovative stereoscopic technique.
The piece demonstrates how, night after night, vehicles of all kinds traverse cities throughout the world, their headlights producing fleeting, mobile shadows on the various surfaces of the great metropolises – snapshots of city life which, through their involuntary visual projection on building façades, walls, parks and landscapes, end up creating art.
Shadowland was awarded the Honorary Prize at the 2014 Ars Electronica festival in Linz, Austria, and is presented in parallel with another exhibition Arissa. The Shadow and the Photographer, 1922-1936, which is also currently on display in the CCCB – two artistic projects that were created almost a century apart but which converge around concepts such as composition and the use of light. Tickets for Shadowland include a visit to Arissa.
When: From the 14th of November, 2014, to the 12th of April, 2015
Price: 6 €
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