Les rythmes digitales
A couple of weeks ago I took the Oomster to see the Digital Revolution exhibition at the Barbican. As we entered the first part I thought I'd made a big mistake, as it was full of computer games from the past. Where was all the cool interactive stuff we'd seen on the website? Luckily, after passing through some curtains, we hit jackpot. Chris Milk's installation was beautiful and quite creepy (pics 1, 4, 6). The screens in front of you are actually black and white, but the shutter speed I shot with picked up the RGB pixels and has made it look totally different. I ain't complaining.
Posted by famapa at Wednesday, July 16, 2014 No comments:
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