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A video mapping installation responding to the writings of César Pelli – architect of One Canada Square, the Petronas Twin Towers, and Manhattan’s downtown World Financial Center, amongst many others. On show now at Level 39, One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London
An exhibition of digitally augmented, video mapped, and animated sculptures, developed by Alex May in collaboration with local, national, and international artists from a wide range of backgrounds, through a three day participatory workshop.
Participants from left to right: June Frickleton, Sam Hewitt, Juliet Kac, Bushra Kelsey Burge, Alex May, Leyla Rodriguez, Isabelle Desjeux, Eik Leknesund Elnes, Sylvia Bernat, Karel Bata, and Louis D’Aboville
Workshop: 3rd-5th December 2014
Preview: 5th December 2014, 6:30-8:30pm
Exhibition: 6th–10th December 2014, 11am – 5pm, free admission
The exhibition and project was funded by Arts Council England and supported by The University of Hertfordshire.
Room 40 is a video mapped installation investigating forms of digital surveillance by reconstructing GCHQ the British government intelligence agency through gathered second hand information with a soundtrack by Martin A. Smith.
The exhibition was on show in the Al Fahidi Cultural Quarter at House 31 and was made on site as a collaborative work between Heba El Aziz, Lucy McCabe, Anna Dumitriu, and Alex May, (and the IUR advisory committee which consists of Sue Gollifer).
A collection of temporary concepts, ideas, and physical materials, including light, that presents the viewer with a whole work that may (must?) be broken down into smaller and smaller parts.