The world as I see it is a large scale installation using photography, structural construction, and music amongst other resources. It is a project that aims to awaken subjectivities that are typically asleep in the general public through the immersion of a reality that is not their own. The installation is based on the deployment of a series of physical and technological devices, so when combined, the elements dissolve and integrate into an experience that points to a whole, both physically and symbolically. The object is very concrete: raising awareness about the difficulties faced by persons with limited mobility, more precisely, those dependant on the assistance of a wheelchair.
With careful design, The world as I see it aims to stimulate sight, sense of direction, and hearing, as the information challenges each person who is immersed within the installation.
Artist: Darin Wixon
Curator: Pablo Rojas
Installation Coordinator: Miranda Pauls
Photography Production Coordinator: Manuel Iniesta
Sound Installation: Rob Conlazo and Gustavo Buchiniz
Risks and challenges
There is no risk to the contributor. Because we are sending the reward packages from Argentina, there could be a slight delay in delivery but we will do everything possible to ensure there will be a quick, hassle-free delivery. There could be some delay in the printing of the reward images if there is a large amount of printing to do, but this delay will be a welcome delay as it means we have done what we set out to do, present a project that is very important to us.
In terms of challenges, I have had my share of challenges in my life and have been able to overcome them. I see this project no differently. We have the will and with your donations, there will be a way.