“Image Fulgurator” by Julius Von Bismarck (2007/2008)

Artists,Reference — miles @ 1:43 pm

Fulguration means “a flash like that of lightning”, and Bismarck’s “Image Fulgurator” closely fits that description. The device operates via a “reactive flash projection”, that is, it projects an image on an object at the exact moment that a photograph is taken. In effect, it is a means of manipulating the photographs without the knowledge or consent of the photographer. Unlike conventional image manipulation, “Image Fulgurator” physically alters scenes, which makes it an attractive instrument for détournement.

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