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Artist:  Jennifer Steinkamp
Double Take
Jimmy Johnson and Peter Ehrlich of Grain
  12 x 11 x 35 feet
Original Equipment:
2 EIKI LC330 140 lumen projectors, 1 laserdisc player, quad sound
Photo credit:
  Linda Besemer, courtesy ACME, Los Angeles.
Exhibition History:

  1. Glow, New Langton Arts, San Francisco, California, curated by Lorelai Stewart, May 15 - July 6, 1996.
  2. W5 Belfast, Northern Ireland, curated by Hand's On! and Sally Montgomery, January, 2001.

Description: Double Take is a loose homage to Alfred Hitchcock's depth distortions in Vertigo. The animation is double projected at angles, one in black and white, the other color. As a result of the projection angles, the viewer saw two shadows of herself, one shadow was filled with black and white grids, while the other was color. The audio worked in a similar way to the video, a repetitive sequence was fed through an effects unit which delayed and repeated the sound through two sets of speakers, filling the corridor with sound.
Part of the Collection:
W5, Belfast, Northern Ireland.