Improbable Constella-
tions

Pratt Institute

May 2017


Improbable Constellations is a site-specific installation in which a randomly generated moving starry sky is projected onto the underside of a bridge between two buildings. A projector and laptop are positioned on a pedastal so that passers by can draw lines between stars, allowing them to tell their own stories in the sky. As the stars move, the constellations will shift and deform before going offscreen, making room for new constellations to be drawn.

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