Artist Paul Magee has picked up the Exeter Phoenix Digital Art Commission for his Planet Elsewhere project.
Planet Elsewhere follows Paul’s astronomical bent.
Paul explains the project on his website, where he’ll document the project’s progress: “With Planet Elsewhere, you look in all directions out into the universe at once.
“Two all-sky cameras at antipodes point directly up towards the stars at precisely the same time.
“In the project’s simplest form the video feeds will be presented together on a single screen. As much as I like this – and the binocular thing feels appropriate– there will also be an object which will function quite differently. More on that later.”
Follow the progress of Planet Elsewhere on Paul’s website
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