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Site-specific installation Size: 3100x3500x6360mm Projection size: 3100×3500mm
Ultra-chrome print on 65g/m² bible paper: 594x841mm
Material: 80/35mm projection slides [5.3min], Kodak S-AV 2050, plasterboard, plaster, bible paper 65g/m², white paint
The walls and the ground are plain white. The projection loop of 80/35mm slide mounts is taking 5.3 minutes till start over. The 27 different images repeat up to three times each. The slides show reproduction photographies of scanned salvaged remains of the detonated briefcase. There are several yellow filter projections segmenting the images into sequences. The projection is 3100mm by 3500mm large. The Kodak S-AV projector is positioned on a plasterboard plinth which has an unfinished surface.
The hight of both the plinth and the projector together is 1800mm. Four ultra-chrome prints on bible paper are installed free floating in a distance of 45mm in front of the walls. One print is positioned left of the projection. Two prints opposite the entrance, right behind the plinth. The fourth print is vis-à-vis the projection. Each 65g/m² bible paper sheet measures 594mm by 841mm and carries the visual equivalent to an e-mail conversation.