Mobile Hot Spot is a mobile energy and urban intervention platform designed for the first Northern Spark in 2011. Built to be pulled by a bike, the Mobile Hot Spot is a multi-media public art device providing free energy, WiFi, music, and projection for public engagement. Powered by a custom designed sustainable energy platform, this projects asks the public to create the energy necessary by peddling a exercise bike connected to an re-purposed car alternator and Li-Po battery.
This is a film I made about atomic energy for Mobile Hot Spot. It is created from found government clips of atomic energy testing and was projected onto ruins at the first hydroelectric plant in the country.