DICED NATURE
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Diced Nature focuses on the displacement of nature and the naturalization process that occurs in the kitchen. Designed and configured by Eric Schuldenfrei, the installation utilizes a real-time processing program to form a document out of multiple layers of information. Created using a high-speed camera to capture slow motion, a live-feed video that feeds information into the program in real-time, footage taken with a time-lapse camera and an animation that accommodates the different layers within the project, the displacement of time was read across the multiple mediums to create a work that forms a dialogue with nature.

Commissioned by Agnes Gund, President Emerita of MoMA, for her private collection and featured in an in-depth article for the New York Times entitled, ‘Art meets Artichoke’.