BLEECKER STREET DOCUMENTS

Bleecker Street Documents can be read as a fragmented space description. The project was recorded in an apartment in Manhattan (New York) with a radio wave measuring instrument over a period of 45 days. The installation deals with the attempt to make the invisible coating of a physical real-space through “WLAN-Wireless Local Area Network” visible.

- Fragment A (text): measured data
- Fragment B (object): translated notations on a plane surface
- Fragment C (image): scientific explanation of the phenomenon under study

BLEECKER STREET DOCUMENTS | Measuring Notations (WLAN Network): pen, pencil on paper / 12 sheets, each 12,8 x 20,3 cm | Model: coated ureol / 80 x 24 x 120 cm | Page Duplicate: inkjet print (Alois Krischke, “Wirkungsweise und Eigenschaften von Antennen” in Rothammels Antennenbuch, Stuttgart 1995, P.64 – P.65) / 100 x 140 cm (framed: 109 x 149 cm) | © Peter Jellitsch, New York/Vienna, 2011/2012

DETAIL – BLEECKER STREET DOCUMENTS | Model: coated ureol / 80 x 24 x 120 cm | © Peter Jellitsch, New York/Vienna, 2011/2012

DETAIL – BLEECKER STREET DOCUMENTS | Model: coated ureol / 80 x 24 x 120 cm | © Peter Jellitsch, New York/Vienna, 2011/2012

DETAIL – BLEECKER STREET DOCUMENTS | Measuring Notations (WLAN Network): pen, pencil on paper / 12 sheets, each 12,8 x 20,3 cm | © Peter Jellitsch, New York/Vienna, 2011/2012

DETAIL – BLEECKER STREET DOCUMENTS | Page Duplicate: inkjet print (A.Krischke, “Wirkungsweise und Eigenschaften von Antennen” in Rothammels Antennenbuch, Stuttgart 1995, P.64 – P.65) / 100 x 140 cm (framed: 109 x 149 cm) | © Peter Jellitsch, New York/Vienna, 2011/2012