Installation appearing 6/12 through 6/14/2014
A loose lesson in language, communication and group dynamics, Stephen Fishman and Jerome Morrison’s piece consists of an obelisk which projects holographic images and glyphs, which respond to specific gestures and bodily movements. By communicating with other users stationed at the opposing viewing angles, the viewers can discuss what is seen and decipher the glyph. These lessons will repeat and eventually the meaning of the hieroglyphic message will appear. Close attention and collaboration will further unlock hidden messages in the piece.
Below is an example of Jerome Morrison’s previous work using holograms and gestures: