Interactive video installation, 2004
Foam board, aluminum, video projector, four-channel sound system, ultrasonic range sensor, electronics, computer, custom software.
dislocator is an interactive video and sound installation that explores the notion that all moments in a person’s life exist actively in the present.
dislocator serves as a bridge, connecting visitors with the moment of their own conception.
The installation operates like an ultrasound system used for prenatal imaging. It uses high frequency sound waves to measure a visitor’s position and then produces an image interpreting these measurements. This image functions as a lens through which the visitor views her presence in a shifting landscape evocative of a forming human embryo.