Quite a few people found their way to The Giant Mobile Camera today. They got a demonstration how a camera works from the inside. All had to wait quite a while for their night vision to set in, but when it was established, a very special “silence” settled amongst the viewers.
Image projection of the main square, Tromsø, April 27. This was late in the afternoon, so most people had left.
Tomorrow an exhibition of pinhole photos will open at 12AM, and The Giant Mobile Camera will be open for the public at the same time.
The Giant Mobile Camera is ready for show in Tromsø, after a terrifying experience with a heavy wobbeling camera after the car. Rescued by the road fence, we could conclude that the material injuries were minimal, and no humans were hurt. I have to do some minor fixes on my car, but we’ve survived, that’s the important thing.
The Giant Mobile Camera in front of Kulturhuset, Tromsø.
Tomorrow we are ready for visitors, I hope many will come and experience how a camera works, from the inside.
Andreas after the accident, happy to be alive. Photo: Fredrik Mortensen
The Giant Mobile Camera is online at last. Stay cool!
Projection inside the Cameravan, captured with an Olympus OM-D at an one minute exposure