Note: If you see this text you use a browser which does not support usual Web-standards. Therefore the design of Media Art Net will not display correctly. Contents are nevertheless provided. For greatest possible comfort and full functionality you should use one of the recommended browsers.
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer «Vectorial Elevation»
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, «Vectorial Elevation», 1999 (?) – 2000
2000 | Photograph: Martin Vargas | © ; Rafael Lozano-Hemmer

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer «Vectorial Elevation»Rafael Lozano-Hemmer «Vectorial Elevation»Rafael Lozano-Hemmer «Vectorial Elevation»Rafael Lozano-Hemmer «Vectorial Elevation»
Concept: Rafael Lozano-Hemmer | Director: Will Bauer | Hardware: Dragos Ruiu, Kiko Sato, Kelly Myers | Programming: Conroy Badger, Crystal Jorundson, Emilio López-Galiacho, Paul Pelletier, Ana Parga, Susie Ramsay, Therese Gaetz, Rob Lake, Greg Bodnar

 Rafael Lozano-Hemmer
«Vectorial Elevation»

»Vectorial Elevation« was an interactive artwork designed to transform the Zócalo square in Mexico City. Using a three dimensional interface this web site allowed you to design a light sculpture with 18 robotic searchlights located around the Plaza. A web page was made for each participant with photos from 3 webcams. The piece was unplugged on the 7th of January, 2000, after receiving hundreds of thousands of visits from 89 countries and all the regions of Mexico.