Notice the Unnoticed
Projection installation for a corner and electronics
Premiere: CCRMA, Stanford University
Corners are essential for any architecture; however, people don’t usually notice them, just as people don’t notice the things that they take for granted in their lives. So the artist sought to project into the corner. Through showing simple geometric shapes, the artist sought to trigger the imagination of the audience. Simple movements of these objects evoke something unknown. Furthermore, the sound adds another layer to the piece. This layer is narrative and mysterious, which parallels with the association of mystery with a corner. Finally, the aim of this piece is to bring people attention to the unseen.