This work is a subjective statement about the relationship between the elusiveness of language and the unpredictable and turbulent behavior of nature. This relationship is suggested when the viewer perceives words breaking down and reconstructing other words in an immaterial holographic space. The words are perceived only for a brief moment and are interrupted by the presence of other animated words.
- Eduardo Kac is Assistant professor of New Media in the Department of Art, University of Kentucky, he has participated in numerous exhibitions and festivals including Interface 3 Symposium (Hamburg), Siggraph ’95, and Ars Electronica (Linz). His work has also been shown at the Museum of Holography (New York), Museum of Modern Art (Rio de Janeiro), and Kunstlerhaus (Graz, Austria). Eduardo Kac is a member of the editorial board of the international journal A major WWW retrospective documenting Kac’s fifteen-year career can be found at http://www.uky.edu/FineArts/Art/ kac/kachome.html.