As I wrote in my previous post, ONE BILLION TIMES is an attempt to create a unique representation of time and space.
The project consists of a device ( D ) that continuously captures photos of a target landscape ( T ) and a screen ( R ) that displays an animated picture. Each pixel of the resulting image has an RGB value updated in real time defined by calculating the average of all the previous RGB values of that pixel.
The inspiration behind the project is the obsessive desire to synthesise the story of the world and reduce it to one word, one image, one thought..
In this way, ONE BILLIONS TIMES paradoxically pretends to reproduce by digital visual media the ability of human brain to summarise and to see the big picture of things.
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