The Kodatrope: An Interactive Art Installation Made from Hundreds of Slide Photographs

The "Kodatrope" is a large scale interactive art piece created by Lee Pivnik, that overloads the viewer with information in order to separate them from their daily routine. When lit from the outside, the interactive kaleidoscope allows you to place your head and shoulders inside, and looks up at more than 500 different photographs that have been collected from different families from the 1960s and the 70s. Speaking about the project Pivnik said, "The concept behind The Kodatrope was that I wanted to place people in an environment where they are cut off from their own thoughts, and can focus on observing photographs, which are records of other people's memories."

Find out more about the project here.

via [Joquz]