Nine screen video wall installation for the JAM Exhibition at the Barbican Centre, London. JAM was billed as a “walk-in magazine” and featured current trendsetters across the creative industries. The exhibition was taken on tour internationally. The six screens on the left were separated from the column on the right. The left-hand screens contained interactive video pieces, whilst the right-hand column contained a selection of interactive sound engines.
Where it all started. The Antirom CD-ROM, from which the Antirom, the collective, took its name, contained a multitude of interactive experiments intended to critique the poverty of contemporary multimedia. Throughout the lifespan of the collective, we continued to explore and experiment and discovered several interactive paradigms and approaches that have since influenced many other works and groups of artists.