30-10-2009 Playing God in Liverpool, UK
Picture this: You are walking through your local shopping precinct and notice yourself being stretched beyond all proportion on a big screen. Such crazy contortion antics became reality in Liverpool, England as Artist Chris O’Shea toyed with shoppers using an installation of God’s hand on a BBC Big Screen. O’Shea’s inspiration came from David and Goliath and
Powered by Tengine/1.4.2 Giants with a desire to inject an element of mystery and mischief into our busy lives. This project demonstrates how media channels are embracing reality in public places and
301 Moved Permanentlysimultaneously enhancing community spirit. T-Mobile embraced this trend, too, with their successful dance commercials in Liverpool Street Station.
Picture Source: http://www.chrisoshea.org/projects/hand-from-above/
Video Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQ3d3KigPQM