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0,16 at "Hello World!" Kasseler Kunstverein 2013













Photo: Jens Keiner

Photo: Jens Keiner


Photo: Lisa Ajtay


Photo: Lisa Ajtay


Photo: Lisa Ajtay









0,16
light installation
2009

Dimensions: 35 x 100 x 280 cm
Materials:
MDF 19mm, HDF 3mm , transparent paper, ETC Source Four zoom 25-50° 750W, tripod, dimmer

0,16 is a light installation in which the shadows of a passer-by is transformed into 'pixels'. The installation consists of a wall built of small square frames covered front and back with transparent paper. A third layer of paper is attached in the centre of the frames. A lamp shining at a distance breaks the shadows of the passers-by into squares, allowing a pixellated human figure to be seen on the other site of the installation. In this simple way, Bartholl renders tangible the pixels found in the world of digital communications.The 'resolution' of the screen is 0,16 ppi (pixels per inch), hence the title.

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