free log Translated composite image of the 360-degree view from the former fire-watchtower Foisurol de Foc in Bucharest into a billboard that is placed in the outskirts of the city. Positioning this image in the periphery of the city looking back at itself this compressed and pixelated portrait functions as a footnote to the urban landscape and a reversed 'panopticon' (a circular architectural structure designed for prisons invented by Jeremy Bentham in the 19th century).
Translated composite image of the 360-degree view from the former fire-watchtower Foisurol de Foc in Bucharest into a billboard that is placed in the outskirts of the city. Positioning this image in the periphery of the city looking back at itself this compressed and pixelated portrait functions as a footnote to the urban landscape and a reversed 'panopticon' (a circular architectural structure designed for prisons invented by Jeremy Bentham in the 19th century).
Title: Translated composite image of the 360-degree view from the former fire-watchtower Foisurol de Foc in Bucharest into a billboard that is placed in the outskirts of the city. Positioning this image in the periphery of the city looking back at itself this compressed and pixelated portrait functions as a footnote to the urban landscape and a reversed 'panopticon' (a circular architectural structure designed for prisons invented by Jeremy Bentham in the 19th century).