Moored. (2006). Weather balloons, helium, clamps, laser levels, oscillating fans. The fans make the balloons and suspended levels gently sway making the whole space appear to be full of waves.
Tideland. (2005). Collaboration w/ Monica Escalante. Laser levels, video projection, fans, found objects, sound. Note the door “floating” on the wall – the gallery is sunk about 2 feet below the main level. A watery subterranean wake for the dead.
Longing. (2004). Plastic, light, video projection, sound. Longing's central concern is the juxtaposition of the present anxious call and response of a sonar system of location with the past gracefulness of dancers/lovers finding each other in fluid space. But an exchange across the past and present is opened up by the occasional synchronization of the video with the sonar sounds, and the fact that sonar anticipates finding a lost object.
Transparente Pinakotek. (2001). Interactive video installation created in collaboration with 9 other artists under the direction of Studio Azzurro: Visitors hang oval, vertically rectangular, and horizontally rectangular picture frames at different positions on the wall to bring forth video sequences composed for the frames. These video sequences are the work of 10 artists and are based in the traditional painting genres of portrait (oval), still life/interior (vertical), & landscape (horizontal). The video sequences have in common their concern with the place of their making and exhibition, Hallein, Austria. The suite of 3 videos here are my contribution, titled Crocodile. They all deal with imitation and mirroring as acts of constitution of the world.
Parabola Affirmed. (2000). Approaches the fatal, but the narrative follows the parabolic curve of an object unable to escape a gravitational field, an object reaching a limit and returning to be violently displaced again and again in a futile attempt at transcendence.