Brooklyn Museum Time-Lapse

Tracking time-lapse video made in Brooklyn Museum’s Great Hall during the installation of reOrder, an Architectural Environment by Situ Studio.

Camera moves 700 feet over 3 weeks, taking a photograph every 2 minutes, presenting 200 hours of installation work. Video by Situ Studio with Nathan Levine-Heaney and Jeffrey Blair.

Video available at: http://vimeo.com/20523628.

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