— Edmund Nesveda


Constable: The Great Landscapes X-Ray Examination Tate Britain August 2006
The X-Ray installation is a life size projection of “Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows (1831) and consists of layered video of the painting with an X-Ray examination of the same painting. Movement of the audience in front of the painting trigger the revelation of the X-Ray under-layer. It was designed for a multiuser experience, the more were in front of the painting the more of the X-Ray layer was revealed. The interaction was simple and engaging and that was the basis of the success of the piece: “The success of the X-Ray Examination primary arises from the intuitive form of engagement facilitated by the gestural interface.“(Lehn, Hindmarsh 2007, 1486)

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