'A Parallel Image' by Artists Gebhard Sengmüller and Franz BüC

By: Jen Boshan - Published: Jul 16, 2010 • References: gebseng & gebseng
This art installation by Austrian artists Gebhard Sengmüller and Franz Büchinger is a response to the lack of creativity within modern technology. Beyond the wires, bulbs and Betty Boop is a toast to technology's past.

Entitled 'A Parallel Image,' the installment is an impressive electronic camera obscura. The art piece features approximately 2,500 individual cables which are connected to a camera and monitor. Once fired up, the equipment transmits pixels from the sender to the receiver. Definitely a quick look to the past that must have taken ages to create! Stats for Techtastic Anatomy Art Trending: Older & Average
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