Moving through the revolving doors and onto the stairs triggered a projection of pouring minuscule, molecular forms, similar to sand on the floor. This video mapping also included a projection on the brass doors of the former entry, which repeated and emulated the doors’ design in various iterations and was further programmed to create an optical illusion of the doors alternately opening and closing.

Exit Vestibule East

I collaborated on the ideation and installation of an Art Project for a permanent exhibition at the Newark Museum. Ariel Efron and Lucas Vickers, Exit Vestibule East (2014), which was produced specifically for this exhibition. The artists chose to place their work inside an almost- forgotten area— the Museum’s original entrance hall off Washington Street, which is no longer active.

 Moving through the revolving doors and onto the stairs triggered a projection of pouring minuscule, molecular forms, similar to sand on the floor. This video mapping also included a projection on the brass doors of the former entry, which repeated and emulated the doors’ design in various iterations and was further programmed to create an optical illusion of the doors alternately opening and closing.

Moving through the revolving doors and onto the stairs triggered a projection of pouring minuscule, molecular forms, similar to sand on the floor. This video mapping also included a projection on the brass doors of the former entry, which repeated and emulated the doors’ design in various iterations and was further programmed to create an optical illusion of the doors alternately opening and closing.

I aided in furthering the concepts behind the piece, installation logistics, documentation, and finessing of the on-site installation details. Exit Vestibule East is now part of the permanent collection at the Newark Museum, NJ.

 Project details can be found  here .

Project details can be found here.