Mirror No.10, 2009
Video camera, custom software (color, silent), computer, screen or projector
Dimensions variable, landscape orientation
Mirror No. 10 is a software art installation that generates a live reflection of its display environment. It’s on-screen imagery appears to be “sketched” and is built visually by a hatched line drawing that is constantly in flux. Trails of movement form a textured surface, echoing the gesture of viewers. This work processes video captured from a small camera and plays on a computer that runs artist-authored software.