Revealed by Stephan Koplowitz (camera obscura project)

Revealed (2006 & 2007)

A PUBLIC ART INSTALLATION / EVENT
Installed at the World Financial Center/Battery Park City, NYC May, 2006

Presented by World Financial Center Arts & Events

Massachussetts Museum of Contemporary Art (Mass MoCA ) June 2007
Presented by Mass MoCA

Meade Museum, Amherst, Mass. October, 2007

Revealed attempts to give the viewer time to look at the world, at this specific place in time, simultaneously with two sets of eyes. With all of our current technological feats, it is hopefully a reminder of how powerful and striking pure light and the absence of light can be.

Revealed was conceived as a site-adaptive, public art project that creates both permanent art works (large and small format photos) and is a temporary public art installation. It is a visual art project with a performance component in the form of a movement installation that is performed at the end of the cameras installation at a given site. The camera obscura was designed to be shipped and installed all over the world. To date, since 2006, it has been installed in three different locations.
Event Creation:
Stephan Koplowitz

Camera Design:
KBAS (Keith Kaseman and Julie Beckman)

Lens Fabrication:
George Keene

Fabricator:
Perfection Electricks (Marty Chafkin)

Structural Engineers:
Buro Happold

Performers (New York City, 2006):
Veronica Carnero, Stephanie Dixon, Naomi Luppescu, Jordan Marinov, Elyse Sparks, Allie Vidich, Allie Vinal, Matthew Wagner and Kristin Young

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