Anamorphic Fluid

Interactive Installation | 2015
In Collaboration with Donghao Ren and George Legrady

An Excerpt of the Interactive Video In Action
Exhibited at Edward Cella Art & Architecture, Los Angeles, 2015
Exhibited at Fellows of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 2016

Anamorphic Fluid is a dynamically active animation featured on screens or projected large-scale in a gallery or architectural space on straight or semi-circular walls. The animation features a collection of images suspended and floating in a virtual three-dimensional space in a state of continuous slow motion until disrupted by the presence and gestures of spectators.

Inspired by the Dadaist Tristan Tzara’s and Brion Gysin’s recombinatory cut-up techniques, also used by the beat writer William Borroughs in which text segments are randomly organized to create new configurations of meaning,Anamorphic Fluid continuously recombines a collection of images through the simulation of the laws of physics.