Technology, video cameras or mobile phones is not enough to capture a unique and memorable events of Wafaa Bilal.
Iraqi man, who is also professor of photography at New York University’s Tisch School of Arts, to capture life from both sides at once. And the emergence of the idea did not make sense, stick a camera in the skull.
Cameras fitted with titanium plates behind the head. That way, he can record video images in real time something around it.
Cameras are installed through the operations in December 2010, could take a photo at the same minit.Kamera also functions as a GPS.
According to Wafaa, he did for the love of the arts. All pictures will be a program of arts events at the Museum of Arts Doha, Qatar.
Although the assembly operation in a body piercing salon is very painful, Wafaa pleased to be able to record the daily life harinya.Dia fleeing the country in 1991 has not dikenangnya horrible experience.
“When considering the events that occurred in the city of Najaf, full of bombs while we save ourselves, I really want to record it,” he said as quoted BBC News. “There are many things people say weird and not interesting, but basically constitute a pretty good from everyday life.”
After organ installed new, Wafaa must perform several adjustments of the day. As long as the bathroom, Wafaa should cover her head with a transparent cap or older to undergo security checks at the airport now.
Early in 2010, he mentato her with a picture map of Iraq, complete with the location offering the citizens of Iraq and the U.S. military.