PARALLAX was built along with Studio North as a commissioned project in the stationary parade in Nuit Blanche Toronto 2013. It is composed of backlit horizontally stacked tubes of different lengths that use light to articulate movement. The tubes are tightly packed apertures, a dot screen controlling the amount of light the viewer can see based on their location.
In the stationary parade, people flow around the float engaging it as they pass by; the movement of the crowd replacing the usual movement of the float. The visual experience changes as spectators move down the length of the float and the light apertures morph in size, creating the illusion of a moving orb of light.