model took the same approach as Montage(t) of re-spatialiazing a monatage. However
the video footage was the equivalent of a “pan” that began at the plant and
ended at the faucet, but that refused to engage the action. This made the action
aberrant and resulted in creating a unique path through the event which privileged
the location as opposed to the mobile actions within the event space. Similar
to Montage(t) the montage was converted to 190 individual frames that were mapped
onto their respective screens. However, interaction with the model wasn’t left
to the user but instead a particular trajectory, similar to that taken by the
camera, was enacted. The view begins at the plant and then steadily moves through
the space in a straight line until it reaches the farthest screen. This animated
travelling shot through a spatialized montage is a folding of methods over methods.
The original montage is a result of camera methods and editing. The spatializing
of the montage is a result of computation, while the animated traveling shot
is a camera technique enacted by a virtual camera in a virtual space.