We have long been fascinated by an early photograph by Jacques Henri Lartigue which presents a geometric distorsion of bodies moving through space. This led us to research 'shutter-plane photography’ and to the adaptation of this analogue technique to digital video to explore time as a dimension.

Day One Today: Permanent installation, Limerick School of Art & Design 2009

Time is a Dimension

Video installation


The Absent Architect, Casino, Marino, Dublin 2013

Study of a photograph of Jacques Henri Lartigue,

Real Time Rolling Shutter

Istallation with researchers David Monaghan and Conor Gallagher, 2012

On Sight: 4 Permanent stereoscopic installations, Lough Lannagh, Co. Mayo. 2012

The Irish Times

29 May 2013

For the Real Time Rolling Shutter installation, we worked closely with Dr. David Monaghan to recreate the visual deformation that occurred in the 100-year-old photograph by Jacques Henri Lartigue. Unveiled in May 2013 at Hotel de Ville in Paris by the Mayor of Paris Bertrand Delanoë, it was then exhibited at the European Parliament at the invitation of the Irish Presidency.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fg9Ph53ka2Ihttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fg9Ph53ka2Ishapeimage_5_link_0shapeimage_5_link_1

Real Time Rolling Shutter, Hotel de Ville, May 2013


Stephen’s Green, Digital installation, Dublin, 2012. One of our Citygraphs commissioned by the Railway Procurement Agency (RPA), Dublin.