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This recording serves as documentation of a specific screening of _Experiment 715_ as it was presented at 7:15 PM on May 6th, 2020. _Experiment 715_ incorporates a combination of recorded content and video that is streamed live from location during each screening. Thus, each presentation of _Experiment 715_ is unique.
The following text was presented with _Experiment 715_, as it was screened at 7:15 PM on May 6th, 2020:
"_Experiment 715_ is a 3 channel video. It is 1 minute long, 8 minutes wide, and streaming live. A view down a street-corridor in downtown Boston is cemented by the stillness of its architecture and by its digitized inscription, as recorded by a camera surveilling the scene. 7:15 PM on May 3rd is distinct from the present view of the scene, 7:15 PM today, yet utterly familiar. Displaced by 1 minute, a third channel generates its memory. All three are streaming live, but one is the present, one is the past (ever-growing in distance), and one is its memory. How does our ability to form a memory guide our capacity to imagine the future?"
Original video and sound by Vijay Rajkumar
Additional audio courtesy of BBC Sound Effects
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