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Gina Czarnecki

I explores the gap between the social and scientific significance of the eye as a ‘window to the soul’ and questions the role of data and knowledge accumulation in a tech-orientated world. 

Adopting innovative biomedical technologies used in security operations and the diagnosis of disease, the iris patterns of audience volunteers are scanned and translated into data, triggering clips of image and sound into sequences that are responsive to each pattern reading. The resulting audio-visual narratives are as unique as each participant, formulating an interactive journey into the body through the eye, projected at spectacular scale.


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Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson

Song for Armageddon

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Mark Boulos: From Militancy to Ecstasy

Monograph published by Hatje Cantz

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Sō Percussion

From Out a Darker Sea

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Gina Czarnecki and John Hunt

Heirloom

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Gina Czarnecki

I

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Bill Morrison and Jóhann Jóhannsson

The Miners' Hymns

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Zad Moultaka

Šamaš

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