Title in Progress is an art gallery created by Dan Anderson that was held at Alfred University last week. The gallery was full of illusions and many different kinds of media cramped in to the gallery. Walking around the gallery you are surrounded withTVs, cameras, projectors, and many other types of recording and media equipment.
The manipulation of the video and the placement of the cameras give the gallery a very over-whelming feeling that your being watched. When you walk in front of a camera it takes you a minute to figure where the video is being shown. When looking at the overlapping of the projections on top of other projections it reminds me of street art.
Title in Progress includes many cool illusions where there are endless plains with in one plain. Created by using two screens that both have cameras pointed directly in front of each other. When you normally think of this illusion you think of being in a room with one mirror in front of you and having another behind you giving you illusion of endless plains within the screens. There is also a little delay in the illusion on the screen when you move a body part while within the screen there is a delay for about seconds.
The gallery also included a wall of prints of the same image multiple times. The image seems to be a photograph of a lady in her bathing suite but there are lines of distortion which makes the image look like its moving or showing a the lady over a period of time.