September 6, 2011 by Reuben Armstrong | 0 comments
Last week I visited the Camden Roundhouse to check out Ron Arad’s Curtain Call. It is a 360º projection on a suspended circle of perspex pylons. The hanging curtains create a video wall you can walk through and sit inside the circle.
The first thing that took me back was how well executed and precise the installation is. From the materials to the location, it is a well-conceived concept, brilliantly delivered. The roundhouse is the perfect location for an installation of this type and it is designed perfectly to suit the space.
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