Debate

Debate | Light & sound installation - mixed media, electronics, programming

7Nov14 | Debate

Light & sound installation - mixed media, electronics, programming

Debate | Light & sound installation - mixed media, electronics, programming

7Nov14 | Debate

Light & sound installation - mixed media, electronics, programming

Debate | Light & sound installation - mixed media, electronics, programming

7Nov14 | Debate

Light & sound installation - mixed media, electronics, programming

Debate

20Nov14 | Debate

Debate | Light & sound installation - mixed media, electronics, programming (naked figures)

12Nov14 | Debate

Light & sound installation - mixed media, electronics, programming (naked figures)

Debate | Light & sound installation - mixed media, electronics, programming (naked figures)

12Nov14 | Debate

Light & sound installation - mixed media, electronics, programming (naked figures)

Debate | Light & sound installation - mixed media, electronics, programming (naked figures)

12Nov14 | Debate

Light & sound installation - mixed media, electronics, programming (naked figures)

 

Debate is a work about the use of language in politics. The viewer is witness to two politicians as they engage in a debate; however, rather than having a constructive dialogue to promote their ideas and solutions, the politicians spend their energy arguing with one another. Their language is, once again, incomprehensible, causing the viewer to lose interest in the conversation and politics all together.

In this installation, each character is an autonomous and independent unit. Through the use of custom electronics, an Arduino micro-controller and programming, each spokesman waits for a short moment of silence to resume speaking. The act never reaches a conclusions and it is performed in a non-deterministic way.

Under the same idea, the politicians can also be seen on TV and print.

 

Work in progress photos…

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