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NO Projected Above The Pope, 2011

Madrid, World Youth Day. In collaboration with Julius von Bismarck

During the pontifical mass at the 2011 World Youth Day in Madrid, Santiago Sierra used a photographic camera developed by Julius von Bismarck to project the letters NO onto the ongoing ceremony as well as pilgrims and policemen guarding the event against protestors. Projected as a flashlight, the word NO was visible only when the camera was triggered—and only to this camera and others triggered at the same time, but not, as a lasting phenomenon, to human eyes, and in particular not to those of the security team.

Santiago Sierra & Julius von Bismarck, NO Projected Above The Pope. Madrid, World Youth Day. August 2011, C-Print, Diasec, 250 x 180 cm
Santiago Sierra & Julius von Bismarck, NO Projected Above The Pope. Madrid, World Youth Day. August 2011, C-Print, Diasec, 180 x 250 cm
Santiago Sierra & Julius von Bismarck, NO Projected Above The Pope. Madrid, World Youth Day. August 2011, C-Print, Diasec, 180 x 250 cm
Santiago Sierra & Julius von Bismarck, NO Projected Above The Pope. Madrid, World Youth Day. August 2011, C-Print, Diasec, 180 x 250 cm

in collaboration with Julius von Bismarck
C-Prints, Diasec, 180 x 250 cm

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