Source: @dementieva

Alexandra Dementieva

Chronoscape ,
Co-workers & Funding
engineers Alexey Grachev, Denis Markov and Sergey Komarov
Supported by CYLAND MediaArtLab
  • Chronoscape
    2788 × 2132
The totem consists of a clock mechanism, a monitor, and hidden video camera. It is a symbolic representation or embodiment of the concept of time and serves as a reminder of its flow, the impermanence of life or the cyclical nature of existence. Standing in front of it, the visitors speeds up the clock with their presence — the more they stand, the faster the hands spin, the ticking sound speeds up, their image on the monitor screen breaks up into pixels and disappears completely. When the visitors leave, the clock returns to the original local time position.
  • aesthetics
    • acoustic
    • interactive
    • real-time
    • sculptural
  • genres
    • conceptual art
    • installations
  • subjects
    • Body and Psychology
    • Nature and Environment
  • technology
    • hardware
    • software
Technology & Material
3D modeling, 3D printing, welding, soldering, laser cutting; Arduino, Fusion 360, Max/MSP; Stepper motors, controller, 2 40-inch screens, Mac Mini, camera, proximity sensor, aluminium clock hands, 3D printed gears, shafts, sensors, drivers; steels frame
Exhibitions & Events