a chromium plated body-cast of Geoffrey
Drake-Brockman, along with aa 3D-animated
digital version of Geoffrey displayed on a
rectangular prism of plasma screens. The
digital version of Chromeskin is animated in
realtime, based on the current visual field
around the artwork. The figure reflects and
reacts to the movements of viewers.
Quadrascope's 3-D rendering software
was developed by headus 3D.
Chromeskin was exhibited at the 2001
National Sculpture Prize at the National
Gallery of Australia where it won the Highly
Commended Award, Also shown at the Biennale of
Electronic Arts Perth (BEAP) in 2002.
Collaboration with Richie Kuhaupt.