Wonderlands: Cristo Redentor was a forty screen video installation presented at Blindside Artist Run Initiative in Melbourne.
In this installation, the room was darkened, however the brightness of the screens is such that they can be easily viewed in a variety of lighting conditions. The screens used were 15 inch digital photo frames and played the video from its internal memory. The installation is scalable in that LCD televisions with built in media players can be used. With the larger, higher quality screens the viewing angle is greatly increased - upto 170 degrees depending on the model. Future projects will see me experiment with different size screens.
For more information about the project, catalogue and other artworks, head over to timwebster.tv