The digital decomposition of 10 Ruston Close - Private View Invite
An installation by John Wild

If you are in London come to the ‘The digital decomposition of 10 Ruston Close’ - Private View:  6.30 til 8.30pm, Thursday 1st September 2011. In would be great to meet some of you NetBehaviour People in person.

The image of Rushton Close - a house buried by traumatic events - is decomposing.

Over a period of 3 weeks a photograph of 10 Ruston Close, formally 10 Rillington Place, will be both projected at Great Western Studios and available online at Each time the image is viewed, either online or within the space, a single pixel will be destroyed and it will be recompressed in the jpeg format causing the image to decompose.

Over the period of the exhibition the image will decompose directly in response to the number of views it receives.

John Wild presents an interactive installation that explores the relationships between trauma, memory and architecture within the digital age.

Getting here......

Great Western Studios
65 Alfred Road
London W2 5EU

(5 Min walk from Royal Oak tube.)

By Tube : Westbourne Park & Royal Oak (Hammersmith & City, Circle Lines)
By Bus : to Gt Western Road - 28, 31 & 328, to Harrow Rd - 18 & 36.
Please note that there is only local street parking.

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