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  stills from   Continuous Sculpture  , 2004  aluminum foil, foam core, rotator, live video surveillance, and monitor © Brent Wahl   The mechanical element of this installation is hidden in another area of the exhibition space - it is meant for the viewers to discover via their own curiosity (or not). In the hidden element, there is a low tech, ‘rotating arena’. The arena houses a miniature and joined aluminum foil form that arena rotates slowly while it is under video surveillance. The 'object/video' in the main gallery is presented on a solitary monitor, where there is a continuous and mesmerizing 'live view' abstraction of the surveyed aluminum form. The resulting image moves continuously from the right to the left of the screen. The viewer anticipates a start and a finish, and neither arrive.

stills from Continuous Sculpture, 2004
aluminum foil, foam core, rotator, live video surveillance, and monitor
© Brent Wahl

The mechanical element of this installation is hidden in another area of the exhibition space - it is meant for the viewers to discover via their own curiosity (or not). In the hidden element, there is a low tech, ‘rotating arena’. The arena houses a miniature and joined aluminum foil form that arena rotates slowly while it is under video surveillance. The 'object/video' in the main gallery is presented on a solitary monitor, where there is a continuous and mesmerizing 'live view' abstraction of the surveyed aluminum form. The resulting image moves continuously from the right to the left of the screen. The viewer anticipates a start and a finish, and neither arrive.

  stills from   Continuous Sculpture  , 2004  6' x 8' x 5' aluminum foil, foam core, rotator, live video surveillance, and monitor © Brent Wahl   The mechanical element of this installation is hidden in another area of the exhibition space - it is meant for the viewers to discover via their own curiosity (or not). In the hidden element, there is a low tech, ‘rotating arena’. The arena houses a miniature and joined aluminum foil form that arena rotates slowly while it is under video surveillance. The 'object/video' in the main gallery is presented on a solitary monitor, where there is a continuous and mesmerizing 'live view' abstraction of the surveyed aluminum form. The resulting image moves continuously from the right to the left of the screen. The viewer anticipates a start and a finish, and neither arrive.

stills from Continuous Sculpture, 2004
6' x 8' x 5'
aluminum foil, foam core, rotator, live video surveillance, and monitor
© Brent Wahl

The mechanical element of this installation is hidden in another area of the exhibition space - it is meant for the viewers to discover via their own curiosity (or not). In the hidden element, there is a low tech, ‘rotating arena’. The arena houses a miniature and joined aluminum foil form that arena rotates slowly while it is under video surveillance. The 'object/video' in the main gallery is presented on a solitary monitor, where there is a continuous and mesmerizing 'live view' abstraction of the surveyed aluminum form. The resulting image moves continuously from the right to the left of the screen. The viewer anticipates a start and a finish, and neither arrive.

stills from Continuous Sculpture, 2004
aluminum foil, foam core, rotator, live video surveillance, and monitor
© Brent Wahl

The mechanical element of this installation is hidden in another area of the exhibition space - it is meant for the viewers to discover via their own curiosity (or not). In the hidden element, there is a low tech, ‘rotating arena’. The arena houses a miniature and joined aluminum foil form that arena rotates slowly while it is under video surveillance. The 'object/video' in the main gallery is presented on a solitary monitor, where there is a continuous and mesmerizing 'live view' abstraction of the surveyed aluminum form. The resulting image moves continuously from the right to the left of the screen. The viewer anticipates a start and a finish, and neither arrive.

stills from Continuous Sculpture, 2004
6' x 8' x 5'
aluminum foil, foam core, rotator, live video surveillance, and monitor
© Brent Wahl

The mechanical element of this installation is hidden in another area of the exhibition space - it is meant for the viewers to discover via their own curiosity (or not). In the hidden element, there is a low tech, ‘rotating arena’. The arena houses a miniature and joined aluminum foil form that arena rotates slowly while it is under video surveillance. The 'object/video' in the main gallery is presented on a solitary monitor, where there is a continuous and mesmerizing 'live view' abstraction of the surveyed aluminum form. The resulting image moves continuously from the right to the left of the screen. The viewer anticipates a start and a finish, and neither arrive.

  stills from   Continuous Sculpture  , 2004  aluminum foil, foam core, rotator, live video surveillance, and monitor © Brent Wahl   The mechanical element of this installation is hidden in another area of the exhibition space - it is meant for the viewers to discover via their own curiosity (or not). In the hidden element, there is a low tech, ‘rotating arena’. The arena houses a miniature and joined aluminum foil form that arena rotates slowly while it is under video surveillance. The 'object/video' in the main gallery is presented on a solitary monitor, where there is a continuous and mesmerizing 'live view' abstraction of the surveyed aluminum form. The resulting image moves continuously from the right to the left of the screen. The viewer anticipates a start and a finish, and neither arrive.
  stills from   Continuous Sculpture  , 2004  6' x 8' x 5' aluminum foil, foam core, rotator, live video surveillance, and monitor © Brent Wahl   The mechanical element of this installation is hidden in another area of the exhibition space - it is meant for the viewers to discover via their own curiosity (or not). In the hidden element, there is a low tech, ‘rotating arena’. The arena houses a miniature and joined aluminum foil form that arena rotates slowly while it is under video surveillance. The 'object/video' in the main gallery is presented on a solitary monitor, where there is a continuous and mesmerizing 'live view' abstraction of the surveyed aluminum form. The resulting image moves continuously from the right to the left of the screen. The viewer anticipates a start and a finish, and neither arrive.