Essay: “Augmented Reality” by A.E. Benenson, CCNY

“Augmented Reality” by A.E. Benenson
Camera Club of New York
Saturday, March 24th, 2012

[Excerpt] “A poetic proof of the inter-dependence of space and time, Hyde’s photos compress time to produce various geometric constructions that recall 3D models in both their blank texture and paradoxical shapes. Hyde takes advantage of the formal possibilities of Augmented Reality to virtually manipulate real space but without recourse to the actual technology–Hyde physically cuts and pastes the photographs himself. As such, his photographs speak to the potential for the analog “real” world to learn new strategies from virtual innovation and experimentation.”

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March 24, 2012