Camille Utterback’s dynamically generated installation revealed the ways in which the Bay and the Golden Gate have changed — and continue to change — over time. On an array of monitors arranged in a curving pattern that roughly mimics the shape of the Golden Gate’s shores, animated renderings of flow patterns visualized the daily and historical shifts in the Bay’s shoreline, sea floor, and water currents.
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Camille Utterback uses custom-designed software and display technologies to investigate various systems and present them to viewers. Her work has been presented at the New Museum, New York; Seoul Metropolitan Museum of Art, South Korea; Netherlands Media Art Institute; and the Ars Electronica Center, Linz, Austria, among other international venues. Utterback was the recipient of a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship (“genius award”) in 2009.