Static Mirror installation for Hidden Door festival

I have a pleasure to announce that I am a part of the [Hidden Door Festival]( - the event is happening during this weekend at Roxy Art Club, Edinburgh. I got commissioned to make an interactive installation that I've called Static Mirror. So, if you're Edinburger – come along to see the exceptional maze full of art and bands performing live, otherwise just enjoy my piece on-line.
Hidden Door installation live
__Click the image above to activate (webcam required.) There's a accompanying noise, so mute the sound if you are i.e. at work.__ © 2010 Tomek Augustyn. All rights reserved. If you're looking for a deeper meaning, please read the artist's statement. > Coming out of the underground club, Tomek brings the idea of interactive VJing into a gallery space by confronting visitors with the imagination they might have about themselves. He asks the old question – “Do our bodies exist for real or are we just a bunch of particles bound together by invisible forces as a temporal form of expression?” The answer could be found by observing the nature of static noise reflection – as long as you move, you are. On a technical note, the piece uses my HiSlope (alpha) video processing engine (shortly available as open-source.) **You can also press '/' to play with the manual controls and '\' to view the stats for the camera.**
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  1. Very cool. HiSlope is looking very impressive. I had wanted to make it along to the show, but with my broken leg I'm not going anywhere for a while longer yet! Best of luck with it :)

    Tom on
  2. Can't make it up to the festival from London so it's great to be able to see these things online too; thanks. This is awesome work :)

    Excitedly looking forward to the HiSlope release ever since your Jackson post, give me a shout if you need any beta-testers.

    Warm Regards,


    Rob McCardle on

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