Crossings was a site-specific all-night installation for Toronto’s Nuit Blanche, October 2, 2010. It projected huge figures onto the facets of the “Crystal” facade, Daniel Libeskind’s extension to the Royal Ontario Museum.
Crossings is what we call a site-specifiable artwork – that is, one that can be rapidly and radically adapted to suit the space and context of a given site. It is especially suited for sites characterized by complex architecture and/or by multiple projections.
The video below shows the work as a single projection onto the complex architecture for which it was commissioned in Toronto. Excerpts from the animation by itself may be found here