Sean Capone

Camera Rosetum

Camera Rosetum was a 6-channel video installation projected in the 'Archway' tunnel beneath the Manhattan Bridge in DUMBO, Brooklyn.

This project was conceived specifically for the newly renovated Archway underpass, a formerly derelict site which had been closed to the public for over 20 years. Following the success of this self-produced project, the site now serves as a public thoroughfare, event space, and has hosted several independently curated video projection mapping installations.

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FloralWall is a series from a larger body of work designed for projection in the public sphere, taking as inspiration the history of architectural ornamentation, textile design, and art movements like Pattern & Decoration and Arts & Crafts. Computer generated florals and decorative motifs are layered in seamlessly looping, ever-evolving animated 'wallpapers' that introduce a digital aesthetic to the timeless conversation between art, design, architecture, and nature.

The modular nature of FloralWall allowed easy modification and scalability in response to different exhibition contexts. Variations were installed for events at the Museum Of Modern Art (NYC), the DUMBO Arts Festival (Brooklyn NY; Grand Prize Winner, Public Art), the Chelsea Art Museum (NYC), the SOFA Fair at the Armory (NYC), and even a limited edition 'thumbdrive' home version was sold through the New Museum gift shop.