“When you enter the gallery, it was the artists’ intent to overwhelm you with the scale of the video. The screens are ‘in your face,’” said Polly.
“The projected images are bold and dynamic, using a broad range of colors and grey scale effects.And the edges of the image align precisely with the edges of the wall – there is absolutely zero over- or under-spill,” Polly added.
Because the technology is hidden, the first impression is that the images are coming from something other than video projection.
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