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Healing Tool is art designed for people in cars. A temporary public art installation using digital billboards on interstate freeways.
By media artist Brian Kane. June 28 June - July 26 , 2015
More info: https://briankane.net/healing-tool/
95 Northbound, Wakefield, MA 42.5202 N, 71.088 W
93 Southbound, Stoneham, MA 42.47764 N, 71.11257 W
Google map: https://goo.gl/hyyqxo
As part of his ongoing series “Art for Commuters,” this installation introduces a poetically enhanced digital image on a giant electronic billboard in order to restore and realign the surrounding landscape. This work is part of an ongoing effort to simulate photoshop effects in the real world.
Design consultant: Joanne Kaliontzis https://jkali.com/
Photography: Nate Wieselquist https://instagram.com/natewieselquist/ and Simone Schiess https://simoneschiess.com
Video: Aurelio Ramos https://www.facebook.com/aurelio.ramos
and Thomas Ricci https://u2031.net/
Warp engineer: Andrew Hlynsky https://www.andrewhlynsky.com/
Clear Channel: Jennifer Suarez
Music: a i r s p a c e https://soundcloud.com/a-i-r-s-p-a-c-e
Contact: Luise Kaunert https://www.linkedin.com/pub/luise-kaunert/28/70b/8a9
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Brian Kane Made These Nature Billboards to Reduce Driver Distractions
The billboards are presented along a highway in Massachusetts. This particular highway is covered in foliage. During the day, the Healing Tool provides views of trees and greenery. When night falls, the billboards transition into a scene with a moon suspended in the dark sky. Each transition is able to happen through the use of digital billboards.
This unique art installation is part of Brian Kane's ‘Art for Commuters’ campaign. The billboards provide a peaceful and calming drive for commuters by replacing otherwise distracting billboard ads.