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January 24, 2017 AT 12:00 am

Video Feedback: Pixel Behaviors #ArtTuesday

Via Bright Eye Cinema on Vimeo

Life appears to emerge in patterns of pixels in this demonstration of the “Video Feedbackteria” phenomena, seen within an interactive projection at the Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara. These strange behaviors occur between a video camera and projector, without a computer.

A three-projector version of this project opens at the new Museum of Experience + Innovation in Santa Barbara, California March 20, 2017.

By Ethan Turpin
ethanturpin.com

Special thanks to:
Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara
mcasantabarbara.org

Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
sbmnh.org

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