The International Center of Photography (ICP) Triennial, “A Different Kind of Order,” presented Nir Evron’s A Free Moment (2011). The Triennial highlighted new work in photography, video, film, and interactive media by twenty-eight artists from fourteen countries. The museum-wide exhibition explored how artists are contending with the new visual and social landscape made possible by the proliferation and accessibility of digital technology. Evron’s film takes place inside the second floor of an unfinished structure on Tell el-Ful hill in northeast Jerusalem, and is comprised of a continuous four-minute shot created by mounting a 35mm film camera onto a programmable motion-control head installed on a track dolly. Filling an entire wall in a dedicated projection room, the video was projected in a continuous loop for the duration of the exhibition.