Video Mapping installation TEN – In process (2017)
The installation TEN, as a composition of simultaneous projections, becomes an audiovisual variation on the theme of time and space. The use of videomapping technique – a projection of image on the spatial blocks – has enabled a creation of the geometric tissue of simultaneous screenings of Jacek Jędrzejczak’s videoarts. These works are focused on the one hand on the the issue of transience and duration, and on the other hand on the matter of the slump of continuum, stoppage, slowdown, and as a result – a change, an inertness.
TEN is a project in process – its various aspects have became a constant change, occurring by creating and adding new images and sounds. This changing process is a sequence of interacting emotions, visual representations with the accompaniment of music by Bogdan Mizerski. To cooperate in the production of the project, Jacek Jędrzejczak had also invited Piotr Cieślik. The premiere demonstration of the work took place in the Institute 116 gallery during Warsaw Night of Museums.
Author: Jacek Jędrzejczak
Music: Bogdan Mizerski
Realisation/Production: Piotr Cieślik
Cooperation: Regina Rudnicka
- INSTYTUT 116, Warszawa
- “Light Move Festival”, Łódź
- SOHO FACTORY, Warszawa