commissioned by S.M.A.K. Gent
for the group exhibition "Beyond the Picturesque"
Construction: 392cm x 404cm x 880cm (h/w/d), wood, cardboard, painted wood
surface: 78 polygons, inkjet print on tarpaulin, various dimensions
backdrop image: 500cm x 480cm (h/w), inkjet print on tarpaulin
ramp: 40cm x 180cm x 500cm (h/w/d), painted wood
Video camera and 14" screen, live broadcast
Loch is a multipart spatial installation including a livecam. Visitors are recorded accessing a small ramp running between a cave construction and a landscape print on the wall. At the end of the ramp a small screen is attached to the wall where visitors can look at themselves, as seen from inside the cave. A video camera mounted in the back of the cave is continually recording live images, compositing visitors into the landscape.
At the end of the exhibition the tour leads into the cave, where the visitor becomes the observer, watching other visitors from the camera position.
- Palace for an Entity of Unknown Status, livecam installation, 2021
- Explorer, livecam installation, 2017
- Passage, livecam installation, 2015
- Mountain Top (Moscow Version), livecam installation, 2013
- Gehege (enclosure), permanent installation, 2010
- Mountain Top (Baltic), livecam installation, 2005
- Berg (mountain), installation, 2005
- Yama (mountain), Swiss pavilion, World Expo Aichi, 2005
- S.M.A.K. Museum of Contemporary Art, Gent (b): "Beyond the Picturesque", 2009
- Catalogue: "Pittoresk. Neue Perspektiven auf das Landschaftsbild", Marta Herford in Kooperation mit Steven Jacobs und Frank Maes (Hg.), Martha Herford 2010, ISBN 978-3-938433-16-4 (d/e)
- Catalogue: "Beyond the Picturesque", Steven Jacobs and Frank Maes (ed.), S.M.A.K. Gent 2009, ISBN 978-907567-933-5 (e)