Orly Aviv

“His Absence Place” involves two boats that leave from two sides of the ocean aiming to meet someday somewhere. On each of the boats was a fixed camera, programmed to take an image every 5 minutes, 24 hours a day, during a journey of more than two months. Though the result was foreseen, an unexpected “mutation” occurred. Some of the images took on a digitally distorted shape and color. It was especially interesting to me because it was in opposition to the rigid process and structure of the project.

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