Call and Response

Installation view of Glenn Ligon: Call and Response at Camden Arts Centre, 2014-15. Photo: Valerie Bennett

Electronic Countermeasures LLC, worked with artist Glenn Ligon to produce his new 7 channel video installation based off of Richard Pryor’s Live on the Sunset Strip, for the show “Call and Response” at the Camden Arts Centre, in London. This piece required tracking and isolating different portions of Richard Pryor’s body for the full length of Pryor’s, Live on the Sunset Strip, film. Electronic Countermeasures LLC, also handled the video pre-visualization and video system design. The piece is currently on view at the Camden Arts Centre from October 14, 2014 to January, 11 2015.

 

Pre-Visualization and Documentation

  • Installation view of Glenn Ligon: Call and Response at Camden Arts Centre, 2014-15. Photo: Valerie Bennett
    Installation view of Glenn Ligon: Call and Response at Camden Arts Centre, 2014-15. Photo: Valerie Bennett

Features

  • Animation
  • Installation
  • Projection Mapping
  • System Design/Integration
  • Video Design
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