Working in collaboration with sound artist Dorsey Dunn, UrbanLab designed a temporary video exhibit for Art Chicago’s Artropolis Art Fair. Four pavilions displayed video art while camera-based projections displayed “real-time” video feed of the crowd visiting the exhibit. The effect of the cameras recording attendees as they approached the exhibition space was both ephemeral and self-reflective. Visitors experienced themselves projected on the surface of the pavilions at various time delays as they moved through the exhibit. The open-plan allowed attendees to gather around and within the spectacle. The interior of each pavilion provided intimate space for visitors to attentively focus on the work of video artists. A transducer-based sound system was applied to the pavilion’s fabric/foam walls turning them into large stereo speakers, resonating both inwardly and outwardly.