The Rotterdam museum Boijmans van Beuningen had invited Geert Mul to create the interactive installation ‘Horizons’ as intervention #4 within the Collection One. He has selected works of art from the museum’s collection that feature a horizon and stored them within a database. Specially developed software fuses the horizons and processes them into projections on the wall. Visitors activate the work by moving through the space. As they approach the wall the landscapes fragment, thus establishing a direct link between body and image. Representations of landscapes from the entirety of art history pass by on ‘Horizons’.
Software: Carlo Prelz Audio mastering: Gideon Kiers
|Description||Thermographically recorded movements by visitors created a new panorama of horizons, based on the museum’s collection|
|Location||Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam|
|Producer||Mothership – Joost ten Bruggencate and Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen|
|Thanks to||Carlo Prelz (Software), Gideon Kiers (Audio Mastering)|