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The Veiling, Bill Viola.    Images of a man& a woman moving through a series of nocturnal landscapes are projected into parallel layers of loosely suspended translucent cloth. They each appear on separate opposing video channels, and are seen gradually moving from dark areas of shadow into areas of bright light. The cloth material diffuses the light & the figures dissipate in intensity& focus as they penetrate further into the scrim layers, eventually intersecting each other on the central…

The Veiling, Bill Viola. Images of a man& a woman moving through a series of nocturnal landscapes are projected into parallel layers of loosely suspended translucent cloth. They each appear on separate opposing video channels, and are seen gradually moving from dark areas of shadow into areas of bright light. The cloth material diffuses the light & the figures dissipate in intensity& focus as they penetrate further into the scrim layers, eventually intersecting each other on the central…

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dieter huber

dieter huber

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Warren Neidich Conversation Map

Warren Neidich Conversation Map

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JOCHEM HENDRICKS - Werkauswahl Zeitung / "This newspaper has already been read. The eye movements while reading were recorded, digitized and printed. It is something visible from the otherwise invisible process of reading, a trail of information acquisition remains."

JOCHEM HENDRICKS - Werkauswahl Zeitung / "This newspaper has already been read. The eye movements while reading were recorded, digitized and printed. It is something visible from the otherwise invisible process of reading, a trail of information acquisition remains."

Joseph Nechvatal, autOmata libertine, 2011, www.galerierichard.com

Joseph Nechvatal, autOmata libertine, 2011, www.galerierichard.com

Bill Viola's The Veiling is one of my favorite installations. I saw it at his Whitney retrospective & was so immersed in the sound & visuals that when I walked outside the exhibit I had to sit down from being so disoriented.

Bill Viola's The Veiling is one of my favorite installations. I saw it at his Whitney retrospective & was so immersed in the sound & visuals that when I walked outside the exhibit I had to sit down from being so disoriented.