Bombastic, Fantastic (Seoul Brothers)
December 01, 2017
computational art, projection mapping
“Bombastic, Fantastic (Seoul Brothers)” was an interactive large-scale projection mapping, exhibited on a building wall in the courtyard in front of the Contemporary Art Museum of Raleigh, NC (CAM Raleigh).
It was the second in a series of Pachinko-themed art pieces completed by Todd Berreth and Pat Fitzgerald.
This piece addresses the political crisis and standoff between North Korean president Kim Jong-in and United States president Donald Trump in 2017, and a bit of the precariousness, ridiculousness and jingoistic nature of the conflict.
The Pachinko Series are a collection of large-scale interactive digital art installations, created by Todd Berreth and Pat Fitzgerald.