Dept. of Ideas: Bending Time and Space, Literally

By David Schonauer   Friday January 24, 2020

In 2005, multidisciplinary artist Jay Mark Johnson bought a hand-made digital camera capable of capturing 360-degree panoramic images at resolutions as high as 500 megapixels, which he used to help create visual effects for Hollywood films. But, notes Wired, he also used it to create a photo series called “Spacetime,” in which he rendered objects in motion while turning their backgrounds into colorful streaks. (Images from the series will be on view at the Museum of Art and History in Lancaster, California from February 8 to April 19.)

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