One-Point Perspective, 2014
Custom software (color, sound), digital images, computer, projector
Dimensions variable, landscape orientation
Three hundred and sixty-five photographs, one for each day of the year, are broadcast one at a time in a continuous cycle. Each image is a font-page image from an American newspaper. By definition, the selection of each image is the result of a process of decisions about the relevance, importance, and perceived interest of information on a given day within a specific national and regional context. One-point Perspective writes each image in sequence and from a different origin to construct a new timeline of events.