Liquid Cat under scrutiny

April 27, 2007 at 5:31 pm Leave a comment


Liquid Cat presented the documentation for the admission at the 2007 Biennale of Alexandria. The project we submitted is ptv. Let’s hope they like it.

A fiberglass or plasterboard structure houses a PONG console and a TV RF transmitter. The spectator is allowed to play with the console and the resulting game is broadcast out of the exhibition venue on a free-to-air analog TV channel. The work centers on the second Societé du spectacle, that of the last twenty years, by flattening individualism and fifteen-minutes-of-fame to grant everyone fifteen minutes of anonimity.
PTV is a transportable TV production facility. It contains everything necessary to broadcast a non-stop sports transmission.
PTV houses a PONG device, a TV RF transmitter, a venue for private sports events, the game is live on the left screen, the right screen monitors the broadcast, a bench is provided for the player’s comfort. The PONG trimmers are placed on the sides. PTV is broadcast in a range of a few hundred yards. PTV not only allows anonimity to the players, it rather forces them to it, as PONG technology doesn’t allow any personalism. There is no way to transmit the players’ names.

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