This video directly relates to 14.7 PSI: JEANETTE BONDS, an animation installation on view in the Oceanside Museum of Art Parker Gallery June 30 to August 26, 2012. In May of 2012, OMA's Director of Exhibits and Communications, Danielle Susalla Deery, interviewed Bonds and asked her to discuss the inspiration and process of creating 14.7 PSI. This video supports OMA’s initiative to provide in-depth information on current exhibitions and related artists.
Inspired by a near death drowning experience, Jeanette Bonds’ 14.7 PSI, is a 3:54-second animation installation of what appears to be an underwater or stellar environment. The piece attempts to create a specific and orchestrated physical response from the viewer by linearly recreating the thought process of drowning or being lost in an entirely unfamiliar yet intriguing environment. 14.7 PSI was made by taking 100 duplicates of 1 image of stars and animating them against one another while manipulating the position, hue, and opacity of each image.
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