sum of all things

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Ayelet Hashahar Cohen & Arik Futtenan
The work is based on the connection between still photography and animation technology. The images that appear in its grid of screens represent inanimate objects, as well as concrete and artificial environments. Animation awakens movement on the screens that resemble natural environments and organic mechanisms.
Each of the screens that make up the grid operates autonomously, yet is also synchronized with all the other screens. The resulting sum total activates a system of a bustling and pulsating alternate reality. In the middle of the work there is an organic organic-mechanical-digital eye looking in all directions. The eye is the center of work: it activates the entire mechanism, while overseeing it at the same time.

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