Cruise Control 2020  (2016)
Raspberry Pi, Software, Projector, Fabric, Fan, Speakers
Cruise Control 2020 is a new work by Ian Gouldstone that brings together his interest in drawing, animation and video games. This video installation uses live simulation to create a non-repeating yet constant movement. Cars appear to drive toward and then leap from a cliff edge toward a structure containing a hole. Some of the cars make it through, but most fall into the unknown. Included in the space is a fan that adds an element of sound and movement. The walls of the space are loosely draped in a dark fabric which is gently agitated by the air flow. This non-repeating yet constant movement draws a parallel with the realtime computer-generated movement represented on the screen. This work continues Gouldstone’s investigation of systems, rules, goals and games within the broader context of his artistic practice.
Goldsmiths Interim Show, London, UK
Games as Art / Art as Games, Metamakers Institute, Falmouth, UK