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Day For Night was a temporary architectural environment that operated on the street life of downtown San Jose, California by inverting relations between time and place, local and global.

The installation was hosted downtown within a vacant retail space. That host space met the street with an inflatable structure whose skin was surrounded by sensors that respond to visitors’ presence with a live audio-video feed. This feed was sent constantly from sources in various time zones removed from San Jose, perpetually dislocating visitors, giving a midday opportunity to occupy midnight and vice-versa; but at the price of leaving San Jose.

It remains online at Day For Night

Day For Night

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Day For Night was a temporary architectural environment that operated on the street life of downtown San Jose, California […]

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