Remote Sensing, Installation

Paul Goodfellow

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition


Remote Sensing is an art Installation. It was installed at the Moot Hall in Hexham. This was a solo exhibition and was part of the Short|Sharp event organised by the Neon Arts organisation. The work consisted of a projector, audio equipment, and a box designed by the artist, which was constructed from a series of intersecting one-way and two-way mirrors and transparent perspex sections. The film Life/Forms, (Goodfellow, 2014), was projected into the box to create a new fractured and mirrored image, with the appearance of infinite depth and repetition. Goodfellow also gave an artist talk on 2 November, at the Forum Cinema, Hexham, in which he discussed his work, and how it could be divided into the consideration of things that can be 'known' from solid first-hand experience, and things that could only be perceived remotely through sensation. He described these two categories of enquiry as 'Ground-Truthing' and 'Remote Sensing', respectively; categories of data-capture and surveying traditionally associated with environmental science and geography.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2014
EventRemote Sensing - Moot Hall, Hexham
Duration: 1 Nov 2014 → …


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