Wednesday, July 28, 2010

The longest exposure ever recorded

Michael Wesley, a German-born artist was invited by MoMA in 2001 to record the reconstruction of their building. Michael used his one of a kind self-built pinhole camera. He set up the camera in 4 different locations and left the shutter open for up to 34 months. Inside are some MoMA photos and a few of his other projects.

The streaks are the movements of passing sun