Marco Brambilla Studio




Video Archive

A site-specific video installation that visualizes the dynamic between the natural and man-made, Anthropocene explores the relationship between New York’s Central Park and the surrounding city. The term “anthropocene” describes the extent of influence human activities have had on Earth’s ecosystems. Two intersecting cinematic video channels track the terrain from the southwest corner to the northeast corner of Central Park employing LiDAR scanning, a technology used in archaeology to digitally map objects using reflected laser light.

Three-channel video installation. Duration: 08m03s.

Presented by Art Production Fund and Hugo Boss.

sdf Screenings

2013 Time Warner Center
Columbus Circle
New York, New York

Selected press

Interview: Marco Brambilla Talks New “Anthropocene” Film Installation and the Future of the Moving Image

With ‘Anthropocene,’ Marco Brambilla Captures Pre-Revolution New York

The Art Production Fund Celebrates the New Hugo Boss Flagship Store with Marco Brambilla’s Anthropocene