For over a decade, San Francisco-based artist Scott Snibbe has been designing his own software to make interactive video projections that cause passersby to linger and play with his creations, mesmerized by the unique experience of technology's ability to respond to human movement. Much of his work alludes to the interplay of light and shadow and his latest show, titled "Central Mosaic," premiering this Tuesday October 18th in Paris' CitÃ© des Sciences et de l'Industrie, is no exception. The piece projects recorded silhouettes of people who walk by with the images becoming smaller as they move clockwise toward the edges of the screen to get replaced by new silhouettes.
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