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Convergence portrays four different people, who were asked: Where do you go to connect with yourself? Luftwerk filmed each person walking towards and away from the camera within a landscape of his or her choice. Through video compositing—overlapping the two different movement directions—the scenes feature moments of self-encounters. Four varying convergences were projected onto four yarn-string curtain walls suspended in the shape of a square. The open square design allows viewers to pass through the structure and view the image from both the inside and outside. Convergence represents the nature of self-encounter, and is tangibly accentuated through the physicality of the material.

Special thanks to
Andrea Martha, Enos Williams, Eigo Komai, Elena Wegmann.
Support provided by
The City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events, as well as a grant from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency through federal funds provided by the National Endowment for the Arts.

4 channel video installation, four yarn curtain layers ea. 4m x 3m

2009 | MCA Warehouse | Chicago
2008 | SMart Media Festival | Grand Rapids, MI
2007 | LiveBox | Chicago
2006 | OpenEnd | Chicago