An immersive installation built to experiment with how others can perceive the data processed memories I have been storing as part of future soon.
The piece took form as a 1.2m diameter sphere which was hung from above, the sphere had an entrance from the bottom which people were encouraged to enter one at a time. Inside of the sphere was a currently printing roll of paper that had black & white prints of textual characters and pictures on them. The pictures were parts of the processed photos from my daily life, the pictures were faces picked up by OpenCV when the photos are processed. The process is too good at finding faces and finds them in almost everything, this makes for some great photos and some pretty bad ones.
It was shown once at Goldsmiths, University of London on 28th of April 2016 as part of symbiosis which was a BSc Digital Arts Computing show. Shown for a second time at Goldsmiths, University of London on 2nd of June 2016 as part of generation which was a Computing Department Degree Show.
The code for the scripts I used and the face cutter can be found on my github