Bluebridge

Kevin Hamilton (Designer)

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

Abstract

A one-night public artwork that utilized cable-access television to create the illusion of a conversation in light between the windows of two tall buildings. Visitors to the more public of the two buildings could speak into a microphone that would cause a window across the river to flicker. The project imagined several audiences: speakers throwing their voice across the river; pedestrians in the city observing the two buildings; and viewers joining in from home.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Place of PublicationGrand Rapids, MI
PublisherAlliance for Community Media
StatePublished - 2002

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Hamilton, K. (Designer). (2002). Bluebridge. Exhibition, Grand Rapids, MI: Alliance for Community Media. Retrieved from http://complexfields.org/past-projects/telepresence/bluebridge
Bluebridge. Hamilton, Kevin (Designer). 2002. Grand Rapids, MI : Alliance for Community Media.

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

Hamilton, K, Bluebridge, 2002, Exhibition, Alliance for Community Media, Grand Rapids, MI.
Hamilton K (Designer). Bluebridge Grand Rapids, MI: Alliance for Community Media. 2002.
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