Antitropy

Sara Dixon's avatar Sara Dixon

Antitropy explores how we relate to the world through juxtaposition, and asks: in creating our digital selves, are we transcending the natural world--or rather projecting a mirrored other, symmetric, concurrent, innately opposed? Molded paper, fabric and texture elements become a fabric around the human form, lit with projection mapped video from within. Video content features images of ephemeral memories and portraits. Viewers may choose to collaborate and interact with the piece by submitting a photo on Instagram (@antitropy).

Entry Details
  • Art form: Time-Based
  • Depth: 6 feet
  • Medium: 3D, Video Projection Mapping
  • Width: 9 feet
  • Year created: 2014
  • Height: 9 feet