CODE AND NOISE / Divide
Presented as part of the CODE and NOISE Exhibition. Curated by Christine Duval.
For this particular piece, Divide, rather than the diffusion screen, it is the LED panel that Campbell angles, tilting it forward from the top of a wallmounted cage toward the screen fixed before it, and bracketing it to the wall at the bottom. As a result, its projected image passes through all values from nearly flush to the screen at the top (minimum diffusion) to three inches removed at the bottom (maximum diffusion). The structural logic of the situation indicates that the image must vary along a continuum from discrete and pixelated at the top to continuous and blurred at the bottom: digital in appearance at top, analog at bottom.
Courtesy of Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco, CA