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installations/ devices

exploded axonometric-01small Extra_perspectival view from above GT-Digitized stereoscope isometric view
plan-1 stereoscopic machine copy stereoscopic machine closeup view of dslr inside black box view of reverse side of corridor view from behind transluscent screen side timber corridor for hidden cameras view through st installation black out frames behind corridor Hidden stereoscopic camera hidden screen view corridor view view behind two-way mirror cavity for head-1 mirrored corridor entrance peeping-through screen
digitized face 2 digitized face 3


Media Installation (2015 - 2020) by G. Themistokleous


Project team

Software/ Hardware Engineer: Savvas Socratous

Photography and video process/ documentation: George Athanasiou, George Themistokleous

Electrical Engineer Consultant: Andreas Laoutas

Actor in Video: Christophoros Liverdos


Dimensions variable


Mixed media - composite structure includes glass mirrors, acrylic mirrors,, timber, vinyl, osb, cotton fabric, metal, aluminium,

acrylic components, DSLR cameras, stereoscopic lenses, PIR motion sensors, LCD screens, stepper motors, Arduino

micro-controller, Raspberry Pi, digital LED lights, and software applications - gphoto, opencv library



List of Images (Rows from top to bottom)

All project credits belong to the author



Viewing mechanism - digital stereoscopic visions

Digital drawing of installation component. Author (2018)



Drawing study of Wheatstone stereoscope

Digital drawing - plan, perspective. Author (2017)



Images of corridor, screen cavity and black mirror view

Photographs of installation. G. Athanasiou (2018)



View of digital stereoscopic mechanism

Photograph of installation. G. Athanasiou (2018)



Drawings of Installation

Left to right: Digital Drawings including -exploded axonometric,

perspective from above, axonometric. Author (2018)



Peeping through the screen

Left photograph. G. Athanasiou (2018), middle and right photographs. Author (2017)



View from above

Perspectival view of installation in context. Author (2018)



Views of digital stereoscopic mechanism with screens

Left and middle photograph. G. Athanasiou (2018)

right photograph. Author (2017)



Views of bespoke blacked-out timber sub-frame

Photographs 1, 2, 4 of installation. G. Athanasiou (2018)

Photograph 3rd from left. Author (2018)



View of blacked-out timber sub-frame

Photograph of installation. G. Athanasiou (2018)



Drawings of Installation

Digital drawings. left - perspective from back side

right - long elevation reverse side of corridor. Author (2018)



Drawings of Screen Cavity

Digital drawings of head cavity. Author (2018)






Featured in:



AMPS Conference - Moving Image: Static Spaces | 15th AHRA Conference: Smartness? Between Discourse and Practice (forthcoming) |

10th Beyond Humanism Conference (forthcoming) |[Trans] Journal 4: Media (forthcoming) |

2017 Deleuze and Artistic Research Conference |Imaginaries of the Future: Utopian Bodies and Media, ed. D. Bell (forthcoming) |

The Site Magazine v. 39 | Venice Architecture Biennale, Cyprus Pavilion: I am where you are | IDEA JOURNAL: Dark Space 17 | Visual Research Methods

in Architecture, ed. I. Troiani and S. Ewing, London: Intellect  (forthcoming) |Format Matters: Edinburgh Architecture Research

(EAR) Journal (forthcoming) | Image Temporality: The Relation of Time, Space and Reception of Visual Media, Yearbook

of Moving Image Studies (YoMIS) ed. L. Grabbe, P. Rubert Kruse and N. M. Schmitz. Darmstadt: Büchner-Verlag | Tactile Bodies Live

Performance Art Series and Exhibition 2017 | AAH [Association of Art Historians] 2017 Conference. Visualizing the Post-human: Cyborgs and Cybersexuality

in Contemporary Art | International Conference inter photography and architecture, University of Navarra, Spain |

Acadia 2016 Posthuman Frontiers: Data, Designers, and Cognitive Machines Exhibition, Ann-Arbor, US | Acadia 2016 Posthuman Frontiers:

Data, Designers, and Cognitive Machines: Projects Catalog of the 36th Annual Conference of the Association for Computer Aided

Design in Architecture | AHRA Research Student Symposium. University of Sheffield | The Visual and the Verbal Symposium, University of

Brighton| 12th Annual AHRA Student Symposium. Syncretic Architectures: New Approaches between Theory & Praxis. University of Plymouth |

Research Student Symposium Design and Creativity, Leeds Beckett University, Leeds, UK