6 Random Instances

Photography with data overlay, digital prints / projections, 2012 - 2013

The Six Random Instances project is comprised by a set of large scale photographic prints of the Venice lagoon. Specifically by images mapping the territory affected by the rising water. The work investigates an unusual landscape linked to the large flood gates engineering project known as Progetto Mose (Wikipedia.) The selected sites ecosystem is affected by the floods, the increased frequency of climate changes, and the uncertainty surrounding the Mose project itself. This is an ever-changing accidental landscape. The experimental data overlay augments the photographic works, by arbitrarly displaying the wind directions and the water levels of a specific site.