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Client: Nokia Year: 2006

A piece for Nokia’s Flagship Store project, which sees high-end retail experiences opened in shopping capitals around the world.

EveryGallery uses the Nokia Flagship stores as a gallery space, blending the traditional with the contemporary, emulating the picture frames of a traditional gallery, but filling it with the work of the virtual artist while it is being painted.

The AV system in a Nokia Flagship store consist of anything from 28 to 42 high-resolution LCD screens with up to 18 of them placed next to each other acting as a single canvas, depending on the layout of the particular store.
Therefore the piece is implemented as an application that accepts a folder of images as content that it proceeds to render as a set of movies suited for the unusually wide canvas, allowing easy updates with new and relevant content.

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