360 (2012) Twelve channel video installation
360 is a year-long cycle of observations from the streets of Berlin. It is a representation of the earth’s orbit as witnessed from the surface of the planet.
The structure is based on the twelve 30° divisions of the ecliptic known as the zodiac. Each of the twelve videos corresponds to the time period of a particular zodiac, or if you prefer, 30 days. Together the twelve videos comprise an entire year laid out into a single line of surveillance.
This project is best understood as a form of visual anthropology. It blurs the boundaries between field research, journalism, voyeurism, geopolitical documentation, personal journal, and art.