EXPOSURE is a projection-based multi-channel HD video installation, conceived and directed by media artist Marie Sester. A restless slow motion picture transformation, EXPOSURE questions the shift in the ideology that lead the western world enterprise to develop its range of representation. The installation was developed in 2001 as the fifth and last installment in a series of video-based work that explores how X-ray imagery was used for surveillance, pre-9/11.
EXPOSURE was initially produced as a 6-channel synchronized SD video installation. In subsequent years, it has been re-rendered and exhibited as a 3-channel HD synchronized installation, single-channel HD installation, and single-channel 4K installation.
Still frame photo compositions from EXPOSURE have been exhibited in galleries in New York and Stockholm and are available to collectors as a print edition. In 2008, large prints from this edition were exhibited in the Seoul International Media Art Biennale.
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Marie Sester, Concept and Direction
David Lawrence, Principal collaborator
Jim McKee, Sound design
Cyra Technologies, Oakland, CA Laser scan technology
Heimann Systems, Orly, France, X-ray image technology
First commissioned by the San Jose Museum of Art, USA
Exhibited at the San Jose Museum of Art, CA, USA
August 5 - November 11, 2001
Re-rendered in HD for a three-channel installation in 2008
commissioned by gallery@calit2, San Diego, CA, USA
Exhibited at gallery@calit2, San Diego, CA, USA
April 10 - June 6, 2008
Print Edition exhibited at
Turn and Widen - The 5th Seoul International Media Art Biennale
Seoul Museum of Art
September 1 - November 5, 2008
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