Collector's Edition Glitch


Description: Mixed media installation (see below for full description of elements)
Media: Mild Metal, Powder coating (Billion Silver), Papakura Art Gallery’s 43inch Samsung Plasma Display (Model: PS43E450A1M, Vesa Spec 400 x 400 M8 wall mounting), Sandisk Ultra (Memory stick), M5 316 Jaw/Jaw Pipe Turnbuckles, M10 x 40 Coach Galv Screws, 3mm Stainless Steel Wire Rope, Stainless steel Ferrules, IEC (Jug) lead, Black extension lead
Workflow: CGI created using Blender, video edited and exported using iMovie
Dimensions: Variable according to site. For Papakura Art Gallery installation (2014) 2200mm x 725mm x 1396mm (from right-hand side as you walk up ramp) bannister length, width and height including Samsung 43inch Plasma Display. Video designed for continuous loop.

Installation Shot: Collector's Edition Glitch (censored version) in group exhibition Carpet Burn, curated by Rebecca Boswell and Anya Henis, Papakura Art Gallery, Auckland 2014. Photo by Sam Hartnett


Source material: 
Terminator 2 Judgment Day: Ultimate Edition DVD 1991, Directed by James Cameron 

Omitted scenes: T1000 “glitch” hazard hand, T1000 searching John Connor's Bedroom – commentary from James Cameron 

Titanic: Special Collector’s Edition DVD 1997, Directed by James Cameron 

Chroma keying: Making the music video (Celine Dion - My heart will go on), I’m the king of the World, Iceberg 

Avatar (Extended Collector’s Edition) DVD 2009, Directed by James Cameron 

Chroma keying: Halo table, Set extension (deleted scene), “A Message from Pandora” (Amazon watch), Stuntmen haka 

Aliens (Two-Disc Collector's Edition) DVD 1986, Directed by James Cameron 

Get away from her you bitch, Chroma keying: Queen Alien ejected into space 

Aliens: Kicking Ass with the Power Loader, Filmnstuff, Uploaded on Oct 13 2008 

Awesome Boss Battles, Aliens (C64), Filmnstuff, Uploaded on Nov 10, 2012 

Iphone5s Unboxing, TechnoBuffalo, Published on Sep 20, 2013 

Apple - iPhone 5s - TV Ad - Metal Mastered, Apple, Published on Oct 20, 2013 

Titanic 100: New CGI of How Titanic Sank (commentary from James Cameron), National Geographic Published on Apr 5, 2012 v=FSGeskFzE0s   

Painted “glitch” hazard hands recorded at home on a blue Formica kitchen table. Footage recorded on a G12 Canon Camera and an iPhone5s. CGI: Blender 2.69. Edited on iMovie 10.0.2. Macbook Pro 2.5 Ghz Intel Core i5