Orbital Inclination

View from the outer space

View from the outer space

View from the inner space

View from the inner space

Orbital Inclination 2017
Multi-channel live-feed video installation:
Projectors, camera, white vinyl, sheer fabric, and wearable mirrors.
Minimum dimensions 18ft Wx25ft Dx8ft H.

Orbital Inclination is an interactive multi-channel live-feed video installation composed of 6 wearable mirrors, sheer fabric, and 2 projections that use the floor and sheer fabric draperies as screens. Fundamentally, the fabric screens divide the space into inner and outer spaces where an audience experiences different visual information. In the inner space, captured images of the audience bounce back and forth and generate radially images like a kaleidoscope on the floor and screens, making them feel disoriented. The images of projections are physicality  of  the space itself, including light, and the audience captured from the live-feed video cameras.

Through this project, I realize how I understand and see boundaries of “I” that interact with others’ and that cognize others within and out of the limited boundaries.