David Lawrey & Jaki Middleton

What’s yours is mine

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    What’s yours is mine, 2007, interactive sculpture.

    Fibreglass, computer, synthetic grass, felt, glass, wire, wood, aluminium frame, LCD screens, pressure mats, LEDs, glue.

     

    An Experimenta New Visions Commission.

    What’s yours is mine is a work that combines video and sculpture with contemporary motion sensing technology and the old school illusionary technique ‘Pepper’s Ghost’. The work involves the artists re-enacting Bruce Nauman’s 1987 video performance No, No, New Museum, within a constructed felt landscape. This performance is triggered by the viewers as they approach the work. With four viewpoints accessible to the audience, each time a new viewer approaches the focus of the performance shifts.

What’s yours is mine, 2007, interactive sculpture.

Fibreglass, computer, synthetic grass, felt, glass, wire, wood, aluminium frame, LCD screens, pressure mats, LEDs, glue.

 

An Experimenta New Visions Commission.

What’s yours is mine is a work that combines video and sculpture with contemporary motion sensing technology and the old school illusionary technique ‘Pepper’s Ghost’. The work involves the artists re-enacting Bruce Nauman’s 1987 video performance No, No, New Museum, within a constructed felt landscape. This performance is triggered by the viewers as they approach the work. With four viewpoints accessible to the audience, each time a new viewer approaches the focus of the performance shifts.