Culver City Proposal
“Spectral Intersection” is a proposed two-story installation
composed of five, lightweight metal planar surfaces to anchor upon an existing structural façade of a
building. Three of the surfaces are a polished, mirrored stainless steel veneer, and the other two powder-coated metal planes would receive video projection.
The animations projected on two surfaces would derive from renderings of the immediate surroundings, allowing for the coexistence of physical structure and virtual element. The mirrored planes simultaneously reflect the
outer environs into the structure along with fragments of
the projections, resulting in a blurring of boundary
between actual and digital realities. The projections
serve as an access point to a higher order of space,
creating a meta-like spatial experience for viewers in
relation to the mirrored planes grounding them to the
“Spectral Intersection” offers unique vantage points from
both the second story and ground level, enabling
viewers to have different contact with the installation
from various perspectives.