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The BeNowHere Interactive installation integrates twelve one-minute, 360-degree video panoramas filmed at four UNESCO World Heritage cities: Jerusalem, Dubrovnik, Angkor-Wat, and Timbuktu. The endangered status of the sites, which are threatened with imminent destruction by natural, social, or political circumstances, endows the scenes with the quality of time-capsuled specimens presented to the viewer/user for dissection and exploration.

 

The user can maneuver back and forth within the encapsulated time-modules, creating and erasing moments in time, laying down a panoramic still that also represents a captured slice of time, then returning to view the scene unfold and come alive.

 

BNHI was created with footage shot by Michael Naimark and Interval Research Corp. for Naimark’s Be Now Here installation (1996).

 

Additional credits


C programming consultant: Matt Antone


Footage: Michael Naimark and Interval Research Corp.

 

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 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

Be Now Here Interactive

The BeNowHere Interactive installation integrates twelve one-minute, 360-degree video panoramas filmed at four UNESCO World Heritage cities: Jerusalem, Dubrovnik, Angkor-Wat, and Timbuktu. The endangered status of the sites, which are threatened with imminent destruction by natural, social, or political circumstances, endows the scenes with the quality of time-capsuled specimens presented to the viewer/user for dissection and exploration.

 

The user can maneuver back and forth within the encapsulated time-modules, creating and erasing moments in time, laying down a panoramic still that also represents a captured slice of time, then returning to view the scene unfold and come alive.

 

BNHI was created with footage shot by Michael Naimark and Interval Research Corp. for Naimark’s Be Now Here installation (1996).

 

Additional credits


C programming consultant: Matt Antone


Footage: Michael Naimark and Interval Research Corp.

 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

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