1. Digital Media Program under Krista Connerly at ARAC


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    Compilation of some of the digital media classes at Anderson Ranch Art Center under Program Director Krista Connerly. Footage includes a physical computing class taught by Camille Utterback, and an interactive installation class taught by Nikolai Cornell.

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    • Liquid Time Tenderloin by Camille Utterback


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      Liquid Time Tenderloin by Camille Utterback http://camilleutterback.com/projects/liquid-time-tenderloin/ http://gaffta.org/

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      • Gathering


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        Gathering is a dual-screen networked interactive video installation, commissioned by and permanently installed at the Pittsburgh Children’s Museum. In the piece, visitors see themselves reflected in one of two video projections. They can move, kick, group and bounce shapes which fall from the top of the projection. These shapes contain a live video feed from the adjacent projection area. Visitors in the pink space can manipulate the blob-windows that look out into the blue space. Likewise, users in the blue space can manipulate their windowed views of the pink space. Participants use their entire bodies to engage in a mediated communication between different spaces, exploring new types of visual and physical communication.

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        • External Measures, 2001


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          This interactive installation explores the possibilities of an projected kinetic sculpture that responds to people's positions and movements using video tracking. The kinetic sculpture is a projected image, but the positions, velocity, and existence of various parts of the sculpture image depend on people's positions and motions in the space in front of the projection.

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          • Crossing


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            In the Crossing installation participants encounter a still video projection of abstract black lines on a blue background. Moving into an area tracked by an overhead camera causes the image fragment and ripple in front of one's body. As participants move back and forth they may eventually cross a perceptual threshold - recognizing the warped and curving lines as the cables of the Brooklyn Bridge.

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            • Written Forms


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              Written Forms maps three separate texts, one each, into the dark, medium and light areas of a live video. When viewed from a distance this collage of words melts into the recognizable image of people in the installation space.

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              • Liquid Time by Camille Utterback (installation timelapse)


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                Installation of interactive video projection visible from 55 Taylor Street in San Francisco as part of the GAFFTA OPEN exhibition on display Oct 1 - Nov 18 2009 Liquid Time by Camille Utterback GAFFTA Production Crew: Tana Sprague Barry Threw Stephanie Sherriff Chris Delbuck

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                • Shifting Time – San Jose, 2010


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                  "Shifting Time – San Jose" is an interactive video installation that juxtaposes the past and present, where the viewer’s body becomes the interface to navigate between. In this piece, commissioned by the City of San Jose for the new terminal of the San Jose International airport, viewers encounter a projected still image. As they walk closer to the projection wall, the surface disrupts, pushing deeper into time in the pre-recorded video clips. Archival film footage blends with high-definition footage from the present, and viewers are able to travel back and forth through time by moving towards and away from the projection wall. Utterback’s software deconstructs the frame as the unit of playback, allowing multiple moments to appear simultaneously. This strategy speaks both to the possibilities of digital tools, and the dynamics of our fluid memories of places and moments in time.

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