The main piece in the show was an installation of five projection screens set in a cluster in the middle of the gallery. A few slide carousels (my late-to-the-party obsession with Mad Men came in handy here) sped through a series of exotic, archaic images all at once, and so the installation was always changing.
I stood in front of the installation for about a minute, snapping pictures every few moments. The result is a series of completely mechanical landscapes that made me feel like I was seeing someone else's life flash before my eyes. It was sweet and sad all at once, and the annoying buzz of the projectors made sure that I wasn't overwhelmed by my own sentimentality. It's a great piece — stop by Zeitgeist before the show closes on March 17.