Kaspar (2011)

Kaspar is a double installation work exhibited at the June in Buffalo festival in 2010. - One room completely white with two prints facing one another. Each print is a 2d rhythmical and canonic structure composed of tiny dots. Those dots are so thin, they can barely be seen and the work look minimal from far away. Thanks to very high definition, visitors only realize the complex structure when they are close. - Another room is completely black. Visitors read the timeline of a score imposed by darkness. This monophonic score based on dots is an evolution of patterns that can only be seen with a flashlight. This hold light imposes a timeline for the reading. The piece is presented as an architectural project because its conception process is part of the piece.

http://www.opasquet.fr/kaspar-prints

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Kaspar is a double installation work exhibited at the June in Buffalo festival in 2010. - One room completely white with two prints facing one another. Each print is a 2d rhythmical and canonic structure composed of tiny dots. Those dots are so thin, they can barely be seen and the work look minimal from far away. Thanks to very high definition, visitors only realize the complex structure when they are close. - Another room is completely black. Visitors read the timeline of a score imposed by darkness. This monophonic score based on dots is an evolution of patterns that can only be seen with a flashlight. This hold light imposes a timeline for the reading. The piece is presented as an architectural project because its conception process is part of the piece.

http://www.opasquet.fr/kaspar-prints

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  • Year Created: 2011
  • Submitted to ArtBase: Thursday Jan 27th, 2011
  • Original Url: http://www.opasquet.fr/kaspar
  • Work Credits:
    • olivier pasquet, primary creator
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