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Chronovisor Ver.3.0 (2017)


Hidden in the Vatican, the head of the Catholic keeps a time machine capable of showing the past and the future: the chronovisor. It was developed in the 1950s by a group of experts led by Pellegrino Ernetti, a scholar and exorcist. In 2002, its existence was revealed through the book The Vatican’s New Mystery, written by Father François Brion, who had a close relationship with Ernetti. Due to this book’s authenticity, it was mentioned in a British newspaper and shocked the world. Quantum access technology, which forms the backbone of the chronovisor, was provided to the CIA from the Vatican in the 1960s. Based on the story’s descriptions, I wondered if its appearance might be similar to an arcade game machine, and thus produced this work. Its design is modern, due to it being a piece of advanced technology that makes the future visible.

Mediums: Mac, Photoshop

Print size: 21.0cm x 29.7cm (A4)

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