The Panorama project is a kind of map—a recorded journey on the Vistula river in Warsaw. The video recording has been translated into a static image—a very long “postcard” approximately 15 centimeters high and 25 meters long, printed on plexiglas panels.
The Panorama image, which is somehow reminiscent of a visual sound wave, through a system of equivalencies, translates specific visual cues into various elements of sound composition. As a result, the image of Panorama becomes a musical score of its own soundtrack (created by Colin Owens).
The project, conceived by Dynamic Media Institute team: Jan Kubasiewicz, Mike Golembewski, Colin Owens, was exhibited—as a circle—in Warsaw in 2009, and—as a straight line—in Berlin, and Łódź, Poland, in 2011.