Interactive video installation with architectural structure and touch screen technology.

Variable dimensions.

The Tunnel is an interactive installation which uses the principle of concentric colored rings rotating to provide optical effects. Its various parameters, such as the choice of colors, the speed and the blurriness of the rings can be modified by the visitor. Using touch screen technology. visitors can transform their own experience of The Tunnel, which begins on entering the piece itself. The Tunnel situates itself in many ways in the underexploited lineage of experimental works such as Thomas Wilfred's Clavilux, 1920's, and Peter Sedgley's Windome, or Brion Gysin's Dream Machine, both from the 1960's.