Aperture 1/1 Foundation Benefit
Macro / Micro installation at the IAC Building
In support of the Aperture Foundation’s education and visual-literacy program, Trollback + Company created a bold, decadent video installation. Aperture’s 1/1 Benefit and Auction was held in New York City at the renowned Frank Gehry designed IAC Building which features one of the largest video walls in the world. Five hundred artists, designers, musicians, and media magnates came together for a truly one-of-a-kind celebration.

The party included a silent photography auction, a screening of the 1921 short film Mahanatta with an original score performed by Henry Wolfe and Phil Carluzzo, and a live performance by Albert Hammond Jr. of The Strokes. Our installation played continuously throughout the course of the event.
Role: Concept, Creative Direction, Photography, Animation
Produced by: Trollback & Company

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