Monday, January 25, 2010


Brian Knep work does something that static imagery cannot do; it creates a world that is tangible, interactive and very alive. Through programming Knep is able to simulate organic environments that draw user into a world that is unique and timeless. It allows the user to experience his concepts of change, healing, struggle, and acceptance and enables them to draw upon a deeper meaning of life.
The interactive piece such as deep wounds is a gallery located in Harvard University main hall. Is a piece that unveils the forgotten names of confederate soldiers and pays homage to them by allowing there information to be unveiled as people pass over the piece.

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