This is a video installation I created for Toronto4Everyone: The Honest Farewell.
This was a collaboration between 6 artists knowne as the Honest Six. Our goal was to reconstruct parts of the Honest Ed's Facade inside Honest Ed's with humble materials that could have come from Honest Ed's. The recreation had sequenced flashing bulbs just like the real sign and some sections had proximity sensors that flashed when you got close.
This work was created by the arts collective The Analog Preservation Network, which I was a member of from 2012 to 2014. The APN Jumbotron is a nod to arena rock, sports stadiums, and disco balls on acid. Combining live video remixing with a multifaceted, moving projection surface, this sculptural installation presents a shifting and distorted vision of the action onstage. The Jumbotron also beams light outwards, its Mylar-lined edges engaging the space and the audience with distorted spectrums of light and colour.