A durational performance installation for the public visitors to the Ikon Gallery Birmingham on July 2nd 2022 (12 noon – 5pm) ‘Hiding in 3D’ combines anaglyph 3D, requiring the viewer to wear 3D Spex (with red and blue lenses), and a ‘dazzle’ camouflage developed by artists, associated with Dada and Vorticism, during WW1. The first aims to create a heightened visual experience, whilst the second serves to hide something from the viewer. Anaglyph 3D exaggerates visibility, whereas camouflage affords invisibility.
Aaron Williamson: ‘Hiding in 3D’ performance installation
July 2, 2022