11 Hours a Day

Please put on your 3D glasses.

SERIOUS EPILEPSY WARNING

A multi-media visual piece, viewers of 11 Hours a Day were given retro red/blue 3D glasses to explore a room coated in both standard anaglyphic-printed portraits and portraits created with red and blue gels. The two acted as inverses, the standard prints protruding outward and the colored appearing further away. Along the side walls were screens of strobe lights and parallel audio, with a grand projection on the center wall of a photographic visual effect created in Processing (to be displayed here sooner than later). The accompanying documentary was completed a month later. The piece was exhibited in the Buffalo Center for the Arts, where it was awarded Grand Prize in the 2017 Rumsey Art Show and Competition.

© 2018 by Jesse Rodkin.

917-902-3745, jesserodkin@gmail.com, Washington Heights, New York.