A 21st Century Bonfire

A 21st Century Bonfire
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Artist Jason Eppink has created an installation that mimics the shared introspective space of an outdoor fire.

Kyle Studstill
  • 3 november 2010

A recent project from NYC-based artist Jason Eppink explores spaces of shared silence, with a digital take on the bonfire as a meeting point for collective introspection. His installation filters live television broadcasts through collections of PVC tubes, diffusing the light from each screen into scattered patterns that mimic flickering fire.

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