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By Regine

Parasite is the other project by Frédéric Eyl, Gunnar Green and Richard The I saw at the UDK open day.

Part of the Moving Canvas series, Parasite investigates the visual and symbolical importance of trains in an urban context and the possibility of exploiting them as brief communicative moments.

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Affordable mobile video-projections could be used to re-conquer public space often only reduced to graffiti and streetart. The tunnels of a subway-system bear something mystic—most people usually have never made a step inside any of those tunnels. Parasite is a projection-system that can be attached to subways and other trains. Using the speed of the vehicle as parameter for the projected content, the projection starts with the train moving inside a tunnel.

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All along their journey, travellers see images mysteriously appearing through the train windows: words, aquatic animals, etc. Confusing the routine of your train-travelling-journey, your habits and perception Parallel allows you a glimpse into a different world full of surrealist imagery.

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