An interactive installation that uses a camera and a microphone – so not only should you set yourself up in front of the camera so that you can see yourself on the monitor screen, but you should also produce some sounds: you can say something out loud, or even shout or clap.
W3RGBV is a web version of our RGB installation: RGB: Ray Gun Beam Virus from the exhibition Alternating. Direct. Shifting: AC/DC/IT, which we prepared to celebrate the half-century anniversary of electronic art. It refers, like the exhibition prototype, to the 1966 installation Ray Gun Virus by American artist Paul Sharits.