Projection for ICP Event
One-day installation at the ICP Museum, covering the museum walls and ceilings with various projections to invite viewers to engage with ICP's massive archive of photography dating back to 1800s.
Interactive projections were installed throught the gallery – some reacting to the noise level, others overlapping each other to cast shadow of viewers to reveal the archival photograph underneath.
Large ceiling projection was designed to run throughout the photographs from the archive chronologically, with each decade represented by a 6 minute time slot of two-hour event. The number of images shown during each slot proportionally represents the number of photographs acquired by the museum during the decade, creating a time-based, quantitative experience of ICP archive.