For a collector in Brussels an old work (‘Bruzzel’) was remixed and presented in a rather novel digital way. Bruzzel was a work I made for a group exhibition in Brussels (2000). It contained 80 drawings (50x40cm) in a typical graphical style. The 80 drawings were photographed and presented in a small traditional frame.
Visitors hardly saw that the little frame was in fact a digital frame. The 80 drawings appeared with an interval of one minute on the screen inside the traditional frame. The digital frame inside has an internal rechargeable battery. This simply means that you don’t have to see the power cord of the screen, adding more to the illusion of seeing real drawings.