2015- ongoing, interdisciplinary

The Nautilus Shutter Experiments were initiated in early 2015 as an on-going series of experimental engagements with an opto-mechanical device. The project takes the form of a series of structured experiments (1: The Thin Blue Line, 2: True Wholes, and so on), which entail experimental research, mechanics and projection, in the form of detailed activities that explore potential drama in properties of light. The result of these engagements can take the form of installation, video work and performance. The sole aim of The Nautilus Shutter Experiments is to explore the perception of light through an apparatus that operates cinema.

 

 

 

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