"Guernica 2.016" was showcased in Nanyang Technological University's Media Art Nexus, the second part of a two-country showcase that opened in Brisbane, Australia. However, all digital works in this show would appear on a large LED screen in a hallway.
The exhibit was on a large scale LED Screen 15 meters by 2 meters, aspect ratio is 8:1 (rounded to the nearest whole number) with 3840 x 480 pixels.
The MAN display is in a hallway where people can walk by and see the display surface almost too closely, though the 4mm PP (pixel pitch) is marketed as indoor LED surface (4 meter viewing distance)
My solution was to record videos of myself playing "Guernica 2.016," and use the recordings in a montage. I used four videos of gameplay, each fading in and out, over a wide panoramic shot of the city. I also included a shot of the original Guernica painting, the fade in and out, to show the original work next to the digital version. I used royalty-free ambient sounds of wind and distant explosions to complete the atmospheric effect.
This is the video I made for my NTU exhibit. The narrow resolution is for the LED wall.