AMG Strain software applied to "Way Up There: A Columbia tribute"
8 minutes, U.S.A. (2003) | language: English
The video, "AMG Strain software applied to 'Way Up There: A Columbia tribute'," is part of a series titled "Strains of 2003" that improvises with the visually degraded images from web-streamed news videos collected with a slow (56k) computer modem. The structural algorithm of AMG Strain software divides the video into multiple segments in real-time and plays back these dynamically variable-length segments in reverse order. The software interface is visible and emphasized as it manifests interactivity as conceptual and constructive labor.